Jonathan Majors Shuts Down Interviewer For Questioning If He’ll Return To Acting Following Guilty Verdict In Domestic-Violence Trial: ‘That’s Enough’
Movie star Jonathan Majors is keeping his future plans in entertainment mute for the time being.
The 34-year-old ended an impromptu interview recently after an inquiry about whether or not he’ll continue to pursue acting following his harassment conviction.
Jonathan Majors was spotted out by paparazzi on Monday (January 29th) in West Hollywood and asked about his life as of late. The interviewer specially questioned him on how he’s been holding up in the aftermath of being found guilty on two charges related to harassing his ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari. In response, the actor was all smiles while stating:
“God is good,”
Adding when asked about how he’s remaining positive through everything:
The interviewer continued pressing a bit further, and asked the former Marvel star if he plans to keep on acting despite the situation, to which Majors responded – keeping his smile:
“I think that’s enough for now”
Though he opted not to answer, the question is certainly one on everyone’s mind. As we’ve previously covered, Majors‘ trial ending in a guilty verdict has reportedly cost him several major movie deals. Along with him no longer portraying Marvel’s next villain Kang The Conqueror, the Yale graduate’s highly anticipated “Magazine Dreams” was also reportedly dropped by its distributor.
If you recall, Majors’ downward spiral began following his arrest last March, when he was accused of strangling his then-girlfriend. A trial subsequently commenced, and the entertainer was found guilty of reckless assault and harassment for injuring Jabbari’s finger during a late-night argument, though he was acquitted of aggravated harassment and intentional assault.
Despite being condemned by the industry, however, it seems Majors has been able to keep a smile on his face, likely due to his girlfriend Megan Good. During the trial, the actor reportedly credited his fellow actor for keeping him grounded and bringing him closer to God throughout the ordeal, which now seems to be where he’s centering his hopes for his future.
Majors is reportedly set to be sentenced on the 6th of next month on the conviction and is facing up to a year in prison.
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