Johnathan Majors Found Guilty

Marvel superhero Johnathan Majors has been fired from future productions. On Monday a jury found Johnathan Majors guilty of assault in the third-degree and harassment in the second degree. Both charges are misdemeanors of the four charges that were brought against Majors.

Johnathan and his ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari, 30, whom is a British dancer had a domestic situation caught on camera back on March 25. During the two week trial Johnathan did not take the stand but Grace Jabbari took the stand several days. Jabarri testified that throughout their relationship she was “scared” of Majors and also feared he would hurt himself if she left him.

Jurors heard prosecutors repeat Grace's encounters of her relationship and the night of the couples scuffle with 34-year-old Johnathan Majors. Prosecutors said Majors slapped Grace in the face and fractured her middle finger on one hand after she took his phone. Majors then attempted deescalate the situation by exiting the black SUV seen on video from street surveillance footage. The footage also shows Grace getting out of the car after Johnathan and him picking her up and putting her back in the vehicle. Prosecutors claim the Marvel superhero threw her back into the SUV "like a football" .


As soon as the verdict dropped Majors' career in Hollywood is in jeopardy. His key role in future Marvel superhero franchise has been cut. Marvel Studios announced it will not be moving forward with the actor, who plays Kang the Conquerer. He was also scheduled to appear in 2026's "Avengers: The Kang Dynasty," according to a source close to the Marvel Franchise.

Johnathan is unlikely to get jail time after being found of assaulting ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari, experts have reported. Technically the convictions under the law carry a maximum sentence of one year in prison.

The sentencing hearing is set for February 6.

If you are experiencing domestic violence, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233, or go to All calls are toll-free and confidential. The hotline is available 24/7 in more than 170 languages.

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