Jonathan Majors‘ ex-girlfriend and alleged domestic violence victim, Grace Jabbari, has been arrested and released by the NYPD. As The Shade Room previously reported, Jabbari accused the actor of assaulting her in March.
However, three months later, Majors filed a “cross complaint,” accusing Jabbari of assaulting him on previous occasions. Additionally, the cross-complaint added that those alleged incidents were not reported to authorities.
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More Information Regarding The Arrest & Release Of Grace Jabbari
According to the New York Post, Grace Jabbari turned herself in to authorities at the 10th Precinct in Manhattan, New York, on the evening of Wednesday, October 25.
Cops reportedly informed the outlet that Jabbari was charged with “assault and criminal mischief.” However, the woman was then released by authorities after reportedly receiving a “desk appearance ticket.”
According to New York Criminal Lawyer, a desk appearance ticket “requires a person to appear in criminal court on a specific date and time.” That date and time is reportedly known as a “return date.”
Additionally, when a receiver of a desk appearance ticket appears in court, they will then be “expected to respond to accusations that they have committed a crime.”
Will Grace Jabbari Be Prosecuted?
Despite Jabbari being issued a desk appearance ticket, the woman’s lawyer, Ross Kramer, alleged that she “won’t be prosecuted.” According to Kramer, prosecutors have concluded that Jabbari “was not the aggressor” in incidents involving Jonathan Majors.
“She was the victim in this case and, you know, they’re going to do the right thing,” Kramer reportedly explained on Wednesday, per the New York Post. “It just happened that we had to come in here. And have her spend and, you know, unfortunately, bad night at the police precinct.”
According to the outlet, legal papers reportedly filed by district attorneys “this month” confirm that Jabbari will not be prosecuted.
What Happens Now?
As The Shade Room previously reported, Majors was arrested after allegedly assaulting Grace Jabbari in March. The actor was charged with “assault, strangulation, and harassment.”
Majors’ lawyers, however, have called the allegations and subsequent prosecution of the actor a racially biased “witch hunt.”
Since then, the 34-year-old has been accompanied by 42-year-old fellow actor Meagan Good as he attended previous court dates, per The Shade Room. Though the pair have not publicly confirmed their speculated romance, they have been photographed together numerous times.
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According to the New York Post, Majors’ trial for the domestic violence charges is scheduled to commence on November 29.