Jonathan Majors Sued By Ex For Assault And Defamation

Actor Jonathan Majors is facing legal trouble as his former girlfriend, Grace Jabbari, has filed a lawsuit against him, alleging a series of disturbing incidents spanning from 2021 to 2023. The lawsuit, filed in Manhattan federal court, accuses Majors of assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, malicious prosecution, and defamation.

Last December, Majors, known for his roles in “Creed III” and Marvel productions, was found guilty of misdemeanor charges related to an altercation with Jabbari in March 2023. The civil suit claims that the abuse began earlier, with Jabbari stating that she endured a pattern of domestic abuse starting in 2021. Legal documents obtained by various sources outline a disturbing timeline of events.

According to the lawsuit, Jabbari describes a harrowing series of incidents, including physical assaults and controlling behavior. In one instance detailed in the lawsuit, during a visit to Los Angeles in 2022, Majors allegedly became enraged, shouting at Jabbari and physically assaulting her, resulting in injuries. The lawsuit alleges that Majors escalated the violence by throwing objects and damaging property in a fit of rage.

Another incident cited in the lawsuit occurred in London in the same year, where Majors allegedly assaulted Jabbari, leaving bruises and threatening her life. The lawsuit includes disturbing details of Majors’ behavior, alleging that he subjected Jabbari to physical violence and emotional manipulation throughout their relationship.

Jabbari’s lawsuit also addresses Majors’ response to his conviction, particularly his statements during a “Good Morning America” interview where he denied ever laying hands on a woman. These statements are cited as part of the defamation claim, with Jabbari’s legal team arguing that Majors’ remarks further harmed her reputation and undermined her allegations of abuse.

The lawsuit seeks compensatory and punitive damages, with Jabbari’s lawyer emphasizing the courage it takes for her client to hold someone of Majors’ stature accountable. Despite the legal proceedings, Majors has recently been seen attending events with his current girlfriend, Meagan Good, but the repercussions of his legal troubles have already begun to affect his career.

In the aftermath of his conviction, Marvel terminated Majors from his role as Kang the Conqueror, and his upcoming projects have faced setbacks. Despite these professional challenges, Majors’ legal battle with Jabbari underscores the importance of accountability and the need to address allegations of abuse within the entertainment industry.