US actor Jonathan Majors (34, "Creed III - Rocky's Legacy") has been found partially guilty in a trial on allegations of bodily harm and domestic violence. A jury in New York found Majors guilty on two of four charges, CNN reported on Monday (local time). According to US media reports, the actor's sentence will be announced in February.
The trial against Majors began in New York at the end of November. The Marvel star was temporarily taken into custody by police in March following an incident with his then-girlfriend Grace Jabbari. The woman told police that Majors had physically assaulted her. The actor had denied the allegations.
Majors is considered a rising star in Hollywood. He is one of the main actors in the boxing drama “Creed III” (2023). This year he also starred in the role of supervillain Kang in the Marvel film "Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania."