Recent developments in the arrest of Marvel's Jonathan Majors shed light on the identity of the person who reported the incident to 911.
Majors, best known for his role as Kang the Conqueror in the recently premiered Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, was arrested on charges of assault at a Chelsea apartment in New York City on Saturday, March 25.
While his lawyer maintains Majors' innocence and claims that he was actually the victim, the accusations against the actor remain in place.
A recent report has revealed that prior to his arrest on allegations of assault, Jonathan Majors contacted 911 due to concerns about his girlfriend's welfare. According to sources within the New York Police Department, the actor contacted emergency services out of concern for his partner.
However, upon arrival at the apartment, police were told a different story by Majors' girlfriend, who claimed that the actor had assaulted her in a cab on their way back from a bar in Brooklyn. The police reported that Majors was involved in a domestic dispute with a 30-year-old woman, who informed them that she had been assaulted.
During their investigation, the authorities noticed visible marks on the woman's body and subsequently arrested the actor. Initial reports alleged that Majors had committed acts of strangulation, assault, and harassment. Despite Majors' lawyer asserting his client's innocence, the allegations against the actor remain in place.
The recent allegations against Jonathan Majors have resulted in a significant repercussion, as a high-profile advertising campaign for the U.S. Army featuring the actor has been pulled. The allegations have also prompted renewed discussions about past accusations of "vicious, cruel, abusive" behavior by the star.
As the situation develops, we will provide further updates.