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Jonathan Majors Files Cross-Complaint, NYPD Finds Probable Cause

June 29, 2023 | By Kali Girl

Marvel’s Jonathan Majors has recently taken legal action, filing an NYPD domestic violence complaint against his ex-girlfriend, Grace Jabbari, reports Yahoo. Contrary to the initial allegations, Majors claims that it was Jabbari who attacked him during a heated altercation on a Chinatown street corner back in March.

However, on June 21, following his recent court appearance, Majors visited the Chinatown precinct and recounted his own version of the events that took place that night. According to a domestic incident report and sworn affidavit obtained by Insider, Majors alleged that Jabbari, described as “drunk and hysterical,” scratched, slapped, and forcefully grabbed his face, causing him pain and resulting in bleeding.

The investigation into Majors’ counter-claims against Jabbari involves a second NYPD precinct responsible for Majors’ penthouse address in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood. Insider provided a detailed account of this matter in a recent article.

Both precincts have discovered sufficient grounds to apprehend Jabbari, leading to the issuance of an “incident card,” or “I-Card.” This electronic document instructs the police to take Jabbari into custody, at least for questioning. Majors’ defense attorney, Priya Chaudhry, and a law enforcement source confirmed these developments.

However, for some unknown reason, Manhattan prosecutors seemed hesitant to shift the focus onto Jabbari in the Majors case. Encouraged by the district attorney’s office, they deactivated the “I-Card” instead, as revealed by the two sources.

According to Chaudhry, the DA’s office, despite the existence of compelling evidence such as surveillance camera footage of the street altercation and photos of Majors’ injuries, has consistently resisted launching an investigation or pressing charges against Jabbari.

Despite these new developments, Majors is still facing charges in the dispute, as Jabbari accuses him of breaking her finger, twisting her arm, and striking her ear, resulting in bleeding. Majors vehemently denies these accusations.

The case between Jabbari and Majors is scheduled for trial on August 3.

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