Jonathan Majors' Assault and Harassment Trial Rescheduled to November 29
Jonathan Majors' trial date has been postponed multiple times and is now scheduled for November 29.
The actor is facing misdemeanor charges of assault and harassment, which are serious allegations with potential legal consequences.
Just a year ago, Jonathan Majors was considered one of Hollywood's most promising rising stars.
He was known for his education at the Yale School of Drama and had gained recognition for his performances in prestigious TV shows and movies.
Majors was celebrated for his roles as the hero in HBO's "Lovecraft Country" and as the antagonist in "Creed III," part of the popular Rocky film franchise.
He had also been cast as a significant supervillain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Jonathan Majors had received significant media attention and adoration, including being dubbed "the internet's boyfriend" in profiles like the one on NPR.
On March 25, Majors was arrested in New York following an alleged assault in what was termed a "domestic dispute."
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