Jussie Smollett (Empire) defends his innocence in the courts in the trial by pretending a racist aggression

Actor Jussie Smollett faces six charges for a crime of alteration of public order and by lying in his statements to the police about racist and homophobic aggre

Jussie Smollett (Empire) defends his innocence in the courts in the trial by pretending a racist aggression

Actor Jussie Smollett faces six charges for a crime of alteration of public order and by lying in his statements to the police about racist and homophobic aggression that supposedly suffered in Chicago on January 29, 2019.

The ancient protagonist of the Empiretestified series under oath is on Monday during six hours to defend once again his innocence and disprove that he will pay the Abimbola brothers 'Bola' and Olabinjo 'Ola' Osundair to organize an attack with which to earn the favor of public opinion, as they sustain.

Last week, these two men assured that the interpreter had delivered them $ 3,500 in exchange for pretending that they will address him in the street, but he insists that this payment was for his work as nutritional advisors and personal trainers. What he did recognize is that he maintained a relationship of a sexual nature with a ball, something that is thinly denies, and that both consumed drugs together on several occasions.

Smollett has added that he never wanted to resort to the police, although his manager insisted that he did. His treatment with the authorities began to deteriorate when the agents responsible for investigating their case affirmed that their aggressors wore caps with the initial Maga -'make America Great Again'- associated with the supporters of Donald Trump, when he had only said they shouted That slogan before throwing him over.

In March 2019, Smollett was accused of 16 serious crimes by a great jury in Illinois, but the Cook County Prosecutor's office decided to withdraw them a few weeks later, which gave rise a strong debate about whether the actor had received or not a deal of favor. Eventually a special prosecutor took over the case and reopened, to present new charges in February 2020.

If it is finally pleaded guilty, the interpreter could face a sentence of up to three years in prison, although it is most likely not to enter prison because it has no criminal record. The alternative would be that he was on probation and was forced to carry out community service.

Date Of Update: 08 December 2021, 23:15

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