New Development In Jonathan Majors Assault Trial: Driver Claims Grace Jabbari Hit The Actor


In a surprising turn of events, the driver of the SUV involved in the assault case against actor Jonathan Majors has testified that he believed Grace Jabbari, not Majors, was the aggressor in the altercation. The trial, which has been closely watched, took a new twist as the driver took the stand and provided his account of the incident.

Key Takeaway

The driver’s testimony in the Jonathan Majors assault trial has cast doubt on the original allegations against the actor. His account suggests that it was Grace Jabbari who initiated the physical confrontation, contradicting the narrative put forth by the prosecution. As the trial continues, it remains to be seen how this new development will impact the outcome.

The Driver’s Testimony

During his testimony on Monday, the driver stated that he had witnessed the fight between Majors and Jabbari in the back of his Escalade. According to the driver, he had his eyes on the road but could hear the sounds of the struggle. He testified, through an interpreter, that he “had a feeling the girl had hit the boy” due to the way Jabbari was fighting and the sounds produced.

The driver further revealed that Jabbari had demanded to see Majors’ phone and became increasingly angry. In his testimony, the driver emphasized that Majors had not been physically aggressive and was instead trying to get rid of Jabbari, who was the one instigating the conflict.

A Text Message Exchange

Last week, text messages between Majors and Jabbari were read aloud in court, shedding light on their relationship and the incident. In one message, Majors expressed concern that their situation could lead to an investigation, stating, “They will ask you questions, and as I don’t think you actually protect us, it could lead to investigation even if you do lie, and they suspect something.”

Jabbari responded by suggesting that she would falsely claim to have hit her head, saying, “I will tell the doctor I bumped my head if I go. I’m going to give it one more day, but I can’t sleep and I need some stronger painkillers. That’s all: why would I tell them what really happened when it’s clear I want to be with you.”

Arguments Outside the Car

The driver also testified that both Majors and Jabbari had exited the vehicle at one point and continued their argument on a Manhattan street corner. According to the driver, Majors was seen pushing Jabbari back into the car in an attempt to remove her from the situation.

In an interesting twist, the driver confirmed that no blood was found in the car when questioned by Majors’ legal team.