Jonathan Majors Appears For A Hearing Via Zoom

After being charged with assault by his former girlfriend, actor Jonathan Majors finally had his day in court, and the charges against him remain intact.

Tuesday was Majors’ chance to prove his innocence in court, but not much happened as the Manhattan D.A.’s office didn’t change the three counts of attempted assault, a count of harassment, and another count of aggravated harassment.

His attorney, Priya Chaudry, believed the evidence they presented would sway the case in Jonathan’s favor, but they say the D.A.’s office “turned a blind eye to it.”  Jonathan’s attorney also claims to have “clear evidence” to prove her client is being falsely prosecuted, but she doesn’t want to share it for fear that the alleged victim will change their story again.

Chaudry says, “When Mr. Majors showed a white police officer the injuries the woman caused him, the white officer got in Mr. Majors’ face and taunted him, saying that if the officer were to slap Mr. Majors, the officer wouldn’t break his finger. None of the white officers present investigated the assault of Mr. Majors. Worse, the District Attorney has not indicated any intention to pursue charges against the woman, or even investigate the truth.”

Another court date has been set for June.