Grace Jabbari, the woman who accused Jonathan Majors of assault, has been arrested by the police, but surprisingly, she won’t be facing any charges. This development comes after Majors was arrested back in March 2023 following an alleged domestic dispute with an unidentified 30-year-old woman. The victim reported the assault, leading to Majors’ arrest on charges of assault in the third degree. The victim sustained minor injuries and was taken to the hospital in stable condition.
Despite the charges, Majors maintained his innocence, asserting that they had evidence supporting his side of the story. His attorney, Priya Chaudhry, stated that they expected the district attorney to drop all charges. However, as the legal proceedings unfolded, Majors faced professional repercussions. He was dropped by his talent manager and PR firm, and removed from two significant film projects.
In June, Majors filed a counter lawsuit against Jabbari, alleging that she had assaulted him and caused him to bleed. Now, with Jabbari’s recent arrest, it appears that she may not face legal consequences. Her lawyer, Ross Kramer, described the arrest as “unwarranted” and emphasized that the District Attorney’s Office had made it clear they would not be pressing charges against her. While Jabbari may not be prosecuted, she is still expected to make a court appearance to address the new charges.
This development comes shortly after Judge Michael Gaffey denied Majors’ motion to have the lawsuit against him dismissed. As a result, Majors’ case is set to go to trial, scheduled to begin on November 29.