Jonathan Majors Exits Criminal Court in NYC on December 8, 2023

Shocking Video & Audio Evidence From Jonathan Majors' Trial Revealed To Public

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By Favour Adegoke on December 13, 2023 at 6:00 PM EST
Updated on December 13, 2023 at 6:44 PM EST

Audio evidence of actor Jonathan Majors scolding his ex-partner Grace Jabbari six months before the alleged assault that ensued at the back of a chauffeured car has been released.

In the audio, one of several pieces of trial evidence released in line with his ongoing misdemeanor case, Majors could be heard likening how he wanted his partner to be like Coretta Scott King and Michelle Obama.

Another released piece of evidence saw the actor repeatedly scuffle and shove Jabbari back into the SUV as another scene showed her chasing after him.

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Audio Evidence Shows Jonathan Majors Scolding Grace Jabbari

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The audio recording, reportedly submitted by the prosecution, captured a tense exchange between the "Creed III" actor and his ex-partner, Jabbari. According to the Daily Mail, the argument occurred six months before the alleged assault that has now landed the actor in his ongoing legal debacle.

"I'm a great man. A great man. I am doing great things," Majors said in the September 2022 recording played in court last week. "The woman that supports me, the one I support, needs to be a great woman…and make sacrifices."

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The audio had Majors reference names like Coretta Scott King and Michelle Obama as examples of women who propelled their husbands to greatness, and that's how he wanted Jabbari to be.

Jabbari explained that amid other evidence, the recording captured the actor's reaction when she came home with a friend after having a drink. Prosecutors used the altercation as an example of the way the actor allegedly "engaged in a cruel and manipulative pattern of abuse."

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Video Evidence Of Grace Jabbari Chasing After Jonathan Majors

Another piece of evidence shared showed the alleged abuse victim hot on Majors' heels following their brief altercation in the car on March 25.

In the clip, Majors could be seen attempting to place Jabbari back inside the car after it stopped at a red light. With the 30-year-old dancer resisting him, the actor seemingly opts to run away from her.

Several scenes from the video clip show Jabbari chasing after Majors across several blocks before eventually stopping and speaking with some strangers outside a building. The "Loki" star, who had run way ahead of her could be seen walking back toward Jabbari.

Jabbari, on seeing Majors, broke away from the people surrounding her and approached the actor, who kept walking until the pair were out of frame.

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Bodycam Footage Of Grace Jabbari In Walk-In Closet Released

A clip from their shared apartment the day after the incident was among the slew of evidence released on Wednesday.

A body camera footage showed Majors leading emergency personnel up the stairs and into a walk-in closet where Jabbari could be seen sprawled out on the floor.

Prior to entering the room, Majors picked up a blanket that he used to cover Jabbari. In the video, the alleged abuse victim looked disoriented and needed the help of the personnel to get up.

The actor, on the other hand, left the walk-in closet for another room where police interrogated him.

Jonathan Majors' 911 Call Released

Jonathan Majors Exits Criminal Court in NYC on December 8, 2023

The 911 call made by Majors the day after his March altercation with Jabbari has also been released, with the actor reporting an "attempted suicide" from their Manhattan apartment.

During the call, Majors can be heard providing the dispatcher with the necessary information as he demanded medical attention. He was then assured he was going to get help and was asked about the condition of things and how it transpired.

"I don't know. She's unconscious," he said, adding that Jabbari, who he described as "my ex-partner," was only wearing a sweatshirt.

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"We broke up, I came back. She sent me text messages accentuating as much. I stayed in a hotel last night and came home this morning. I banged on the door. I've been at the apartment for 20 minutes now," he continued.

In response to inquiries about whether she had fallen or sustained a head injury, Majors denied this and mentioned she'd sustained a cut behind her ear. He was then advised to monitor her condition closely and refrain from offering any food or water in the event she regained consciousness.

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Old Text Exchange Between Grace Jabbari And Jonathan Majors Revealed

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Another piece of evidence revealed earlier during Jabbari's testimony showed Majors texting her about not seeking help because it might spiral into an "investigation."

"I fear you have no perspective on what could happen if you go to the hospital," Majors, 34, texted Jabbari, 30, in September 2022. "They will ask you questions, and as I don't think you actually protect us, it could lead to an investigation even if you do lie and they suspect something."

In that message, the actor also stated, "It's just fake," but it was unclear what he meant by "fake."

Another photo showed a dent in the wall that Jabbari claimed was caused when he threw a candle at her during another fight in Los Angeles.

For an explanation, she said, "It started in the bathroom, and as I tried to get away to the bedroom, it stayed in that area. Once he was in that rage, which was mainly in the bedroom area. He was throwing anything in his reaching distance, candles, and bedroom objects."

Jabbari added, "Walked around (hiding) so he wouldn't come for me. He was really, really shouting and really angry. (I was) scared and knowing I needed to calm him down because I wanted it to stop."

Majors since the start of his trial, has not yet taken the witness stand. Jabbari on the other hand has testified on multiple occasions. The Marvel star faces at least a year in prison if found guilty of the charges against him.

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