Jonathan Majors Has Been Dropped from A Number of Projects Because More Women Have Come Forward with Abuse Claims!
Recently, Jonathan Majors was detained on suspicion of domestic violence. But as more alleged victims of Jonathan Majors are now assisting the D.A.’s office, his predicament has gotten worse.
Variety posted this news. Multiple alleged abuse victims of Majors have reportedly come forward since his arrest in March and are working with the Manhattan district attorney’s office, according to their sources. In light of Majors publicists and management companies cutting ties with the troubled actor earlier this week, the possibility of additional women waiting in the wings would be a significant turn in the case.
The D.A. and Majors’ representative, however, make no comments about the situation. As a result, this material should still be regarded with skepticism. It’s important to note that while being detained, Majors and his legal representation have maintained his innocence.
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On the other hand, Deadline reports that Majors has been fired from a number of planned projects. The prominent star’s notoriety has increased in recent years. Particularly for his part as the upcoming villain of the Marvel franchise, Kong the Conqueror. Although it’s unclear how far he’ll develop the part going forward.
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The Walter Mosley novel adaptation by Protagonist Pictures, The Man in My Basement, an advertisement for the Texas Rangers MLB team, and an unannounced Otis Redding biopic that the Emmy-nominated actor was circling are among the projects listed by Deadline that have dropped Majors. The actor’s manager, Entertainment 360, and publicist, The Lede Company, have both cut ties with him in the wake of this news.
However, Jonathan Majors is still involved in a few projects, including the 48 Hours in Vegas movie from Lionsgate. He will also be seen in Amazon’s Da Understudy. Additionally, as already said, it’s unclear if he’ll keep portraying Kang the Conqueror. As the Majors legal saga drags on, we’ll probably gain a greater sense of what will happen and how Disney will respond in particular.
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