Jonathan Majors – Judge Approves Lawyers’ Request To Keep “Potentially Reputation Damaging” Evidence Sealed Ahead Of Domestic Abuse Trial
Actor Jonathan Majors recently scored a court room win.
According to reports, the entertainer’s motion to keep certain information withheld from the public was granted by a court judge, just in time for his upcoming trial.
Jonathan Majors‘ domestic assault charge is reportedly scheduled to be tried in court beginning tomorrow (November 30th). If you recall, the 34-year-old was arrested back in March of this year following an alleged fight between he and his then girlfriend Grace Jabarri. The Marvel star was charged with six counts of assault, harassment, and aggravated harassment in the second-degree.
With opening arguments coming up, reports state that Majors‘ attorney’s requested that some of the information pertaining to the trial be sealed from the public and press. Reportedly, his lawyers argue that the information could “taint the jury pool” and keep the TV and film star from his right to a fair trial. There have reportedly not been any details shared about the undisclosed info; though one report suggested it could have something to do with the exposé released subsequent his arrest. The article claimed the entertainer had a trial of abusive victims who accused of him of being emotionally and physically violent.
However, nothing about the with held evidence has been disclosed. Whatever is in the sealed documents, however, it seems a court judge agrees it should not be seen by the public for the time being. Reportedly, the prosecution and the defense will argue if the “prejudicial and inflammatory” information should be introduced at trial during the upcoming court session.
It does not appear that Majors have spoken about the judge’s ruling at this time.
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