Jonathan Majors is facing the heat as his assault trial continues, with accuser Grace Jabbari taking the stand to testify about an alleged incident involving her ex-boyfriend’s dog.
Jabbari, who traveled from London to testify in a New York City courtroom, recounted the early stages of her relationship with Majors, which started on the set of ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania,’ where she worked as a movement coach. She detailed the rapid progression of their relationship and the alleged signs of aggression that eventually led to the March incident being discussed in court.
According to Jabbari, the first signs of anger from Majors emerged in December 2021 when she mentioned her ex-boyfriend’s dog. While meeting Majors’ own dogs, she casually referenced her familiarity with dogs due to her previous relationship. In response, she claims Majors became upset, raising his voice and expressing embarrassment over her mentioning her ex.
“How dare I mention him” and “It’s embarrassing to him that I dated him. His dog is pathetic. That kind of stuff,” Jabbari quoted Majors as saying. She stated that this was the first time she felt afraid of him, marking the beginning of a pattern of alleged abusive behavior.
Jabbari continued her testimony, recounting instances where Majors allegedly threw a candle in her direction, damaging a wall, and knocked her headphones off her head. She emotionally described these moments, indicating a progression of escalating aggression.
Despite her detailed accounts, Jabbari has not yet addressed the specific incident leading to the assault charges. Prosecutors had previously alluded to Majors allegedly throwing her around like a rag doll in a car after she discovered a suspicious text.
Meagan Good, present in court, observed as Majors reportedly avoided eye contact with Jabbari during her testimony. The trial sheds light on the intricacies of their relationship, painting a picture of alleged abuse and control.