The Alleged Victim of Jonathan Majors Receives a Restraining Order!
On the multiple charges brought against him recently, Jonathan Majors is due in court. The hearing is scheduled for May 9. However, it appears that Jonathan Majors’ alleged victim has requested a restraining order before that date.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office issued the following statement, as reported by Variety:
Today, at the request of the People and with the approval of the defense attorney, the judge ordered a Full Temporary Order of Protection for the victim. The statement reads, “A Limited Temporary Order of Protection was granted at the time of arraignment.”
This implies that there can be no direct or indirect communication between the two parties. However, because the restraining order is only temporary, it will continue to be in force until Jonathan Majors’ subsequent court date. According to information provided by officials, the 30-year-old woman who requested the restraining order was hospitalized with minor head and neck injuries.
It’s interesting to note that both Jonathan Majors and his defense team have emphasized his innocence. However, that hasn’t stopped Majors’ reputation from suffering. In fact, the publicist and management company for the Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania actor have already parted ways.
Additionally, there have been rumors that discussions are taking place, even though it’s unclear whether Disney will kick him out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s vital to remember that Jonathan Majors was expected to have a significant role in the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Similar to Thanos, he was anticipated to play the role of Kang the Conqueror and be the main character of Avengers: The Kang Dynasty.
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As a result, we must wait and watch how the situation develops. Keep checking for any new information as it becomes available. More information will probably become available as Majors attends his upcoming court date.
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