Jonathan Majors Called ‘Sociopath’ And ‘Abuser’ By Filmmakers After Domestic Violence Arrest

He’s got some skeletons in his closet.

You probably heard that Jonathan Majors – who plays the major role of Kang in a bunch of upcoming MCU movies and also starred in the recently released box office smash ‘Creed III’ – was arrested in New York City over the weekend after allegedly slapping his girlfriend and then trying to strangle her in a taxi after they had an argument.

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Obviously Majors has strongly denied this allegation and reckons he has the testimony of the taxi driver and footage inside the vehicle that strongly refutes he did anything of the kind, but this hasn’t stopped people he’s worked with in the past coming out of the woodwork to talk about what a piece of shxt he is. Here’s what a couple of people had to say about him (they’ve both made their accounts private so that’s why they’re screenshots):

OK just for some context A.B. Allen is some guy who directed a couple of movies I’ve never heard of called ‘Your Turn’ and ‘Uncle Frank’ whereas Tim Nicolai is Broadway helmer/actor who has worked for Amazon, HBO and CBS. They’re both essentially nobodies so I don’t think they’ve really got anything to gain from putting this stuff on Twitter and the fact that Allen has already locked his tweets probably suggests that he wasn’t ready for the kind of attention he was going to receive.

Anyway, I guess the main conclusion from this is probably that Jonathan Majors sucks. I suppose maybe we should give him the benefit of the doubt but it sounds like more stories are going to come up and it’s only a matter of time before someone gets their hands on footage from the taxi too.

We wait with bated breath, but I can see this being pretty bad for the guy even in the wake of Amber Heard/Johnny Depp. I suppose we should have known better to be honest.

For more of the same, check out Tekashi 6ix9ine’s girlfriend calling him out for getting battered in the gym the other day. Whole different power dynamic in that relationship.


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