Michael B. Jordan allegedly received three death threats from one fan — in the span of less than an hour — via three different mediums: Instagram, YouTube and a good ol' fashioned phone call.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Jordan says on May 10, 2017, a woman named Brittany Virgina Green harassed him in several different ways, but each time threatening to kill him.
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Jordan claims Green sent him a direct message on Instagram that read, "This is an OFFICIAL death threat. I am going to kill you."
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Jordan claims that less than 30 minutes later, Green called his manager's office and said, "I'm making an official death threat to Michael B. Jordan." Jordan says she then claimed he had abused her and said, "I'm going to kill the motherf***er."00
The person who answered the phone said in his deposition that Green gave him her number and asked him to pass along the message, saying she sounded "very agitated and spoke really quickly."
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Before the hour was up, Jordan claims Green posted a video on YouTube titled, "Death Threat Michael B Jordan" (spoiler alert much?). Jordan says Green said in the video, "This confirms the official, official death threat to Michael B. Jordan on his Instagram, to his agent, and I, yeah, I called up his agency, left a death threat, and left it on his Instagram."
She allegedly concluded the video by saying, "Here it is, it's either him or me. Alright, bye."
Jordan claims his history with Green goes back even further. He claims that in mid-2016, Green showed up at a charity event where she "appeared in an altered state" and "aggressive repeatedly sought continued access to and physical interaction with" him.
Jordan also claims Green has been harassing him on social media for years and when her accounts get blocked, she just creates new ones.
A judge handed down a five-year restraining order against Green, ordering her to stay 100 yards away from Jordan and his management team and prohibiting her from contacting Jordan on social media.