Jonathan Majors bid goodbye to MCU amid sexual assault allegation row Jonathan

Majors, an actor for Marvel, will not be returning to the MCU. After being found guilty of beating his former lover Grace Jabbari during a fight in March, he was let go by both Marvel and Disney. He was found guilty of all charges by the jury.

Jonathan Majors bid goodbye to MCU

Jonathan could spend a year behind bars. The local media reported that he did not respond to the verdict. The sentencing date is set for February 6.

Allegations:

Jonathan Majors bid goodbye to MCU

According to Grace, Jonathan left her in “excruciating” pain, with a wound behind her ear, bruises, and a fractured finger. Grace stated that he had physically assaulted her when she discovered he was having an affair, leading to his arrest in late March.

Jonathan got a text message from a different woman as he and Grace were leaving a party. Grace was in agony as Jonathan held her tightly while she reached for his phone to read the text. The Hollywood Reporter claims that Marvel has already engaged Loki’s creator to rewrite an early draft of the movie that was initially supposed to be titled The Kang Dynasty. Avengers 5 is the latest working title for the film, sources told the outlet.

Repercussions of the allegations:

Along with Jonathan’s removal from the MCU, the star also had to face other repercussions. Following Majors’ arrest, the release of Magazine Dreams, an upcoming film that was being hailed as a potential Oscar contender, was also delayed. As soon as the news leaked, the US Army also pulled the Creed III star from a significant ad campaign.

Jonathan’s role in MCU & his other work:

 

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In the Marvel movies, Jonathan Majors portrayed Kang. He made his screen debut in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania in 2023 as Kang the Conqueror, and he was scheduled to feature in two more Avengers movies at the very least. The actor has starred in several high-profile movies, such as Lovecraft Country and Creed III.

Jonathan’s lawyer speaks:

Jonathan Majors’s lawyer still holds his stand and with conviction claims his innocence. He stated that he “still has faith in the process and looks forward to fully clearing his name,” according to a statement released by the actor’s attorney following his conviction.

The date of sentencing is February 6. The judge also issued a fresh protection order mandating that he not communicate with Ms. Jabbari.