Jonathan Majors is guilty.
The actor was convicted of assault and harassment in a split verdict Monday following a March incident with his then-girlfriend, Grace Jabbari, inside a hired car in New York City.
However, he was acquitted of two other counts of assault and aggravated harassment.
The verdict came after five hours of deliberations, which spanned three days.
The judge also renewed Jabbari’s order of protection against Majors.
Per ABC, the jury believed Majors recklessly assaulted Jabbari — but it was unintentional.
Additionally, the jury did not believe he intentionally harassed her inside the car but believed he did outside of it by picking her up and tossing her back inside.
According to the outlet, Majors remained unreactive when the verdict was read as he stood facing the jury.
He is scheduled to be sentenced on Feb. 6.
During Majors’ trial, Jabbari took the stand to testify that he would allegedly fly into a “violent” rage during their relationship.
She told the jury that she and the actor, 34, began dating in August 2021 after meeting on the set of Marvel’s “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.”
Though Jabbari, 30, said their romance was great in the beginning, she claimed that things started to quickly change as time went on.
The British dancer alleged that she first became “scared” of Majors in December of that year when she brought up the fact that her ex-boyfriend had a dog.
“It was the first time I felt scared of him,” Jabbari claimed to jurors. “I knew to never mention my ex again or anyone I had dated before.”
Jabbari claimed that after she and the “Lovecraft Country” alum would get into fights, he would refer to himself as a “monster” and would threaten to commit suicide.
“I pleaded with him [so that] he wouldn’t do that,” she alleged to the jury. “He would say, ‘It’s in place. It’s in motion.’ I’d say, ‘You can’t do that. What about your mother? What about your daughter?’
“I would intend to make him feel safe and loved and secure. And he would receive that.”
The jury listened to audio recordings of Majors berating his ex, telling her that she needed to act more like Coretta Scott King and Michelle Obama.
“I’m a great man. A great man. I am doing great things, not just for me, but for my, for my culture and the world. That is actually the position I’m in. That’s real. I’m not being a d–k about it. I didn’t ask for it. I’ve worked, and that’s the situation,” he said in the clip.
“The woman that supports me — that I support, the work that — needs to be a great woman and make sacrifices the way that man is making for her and for them, ultimately.”
They were also shown video footage of the night of the fight, which shows the dad of one shoving his ex into the car and sprinting away as she chased him for several blocks.
Images of the injuries Jabbari allegedly sustained from the incident were also shown as well as text messages, in which he pleaded with her not to see a doctor after sustaining a head injury from another alleged domestic incident.
However, Majors’ legal team claimed the movement director was actually the aggressor that night and fabricated the allegations to get back at the “Loki” actor after they broke up.
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“You are here to end this nightmare for Jonathan Majors,” his attorney, Priya Chaudhry, said during closing arguments Thursday. “You are here to see what is obvious … Jonathan Majors is innocent.”
Naveed Sarwar, the driver of the black SUV in which the alleged March 25 incident took place, testified that he didn’t see the encounter because he was looking “straight ahead” at the road.
Sarwar told the jury he had a “feeling” Jabbari was the aggressor “because of the way that she was fighting and the sounds produced.”
The driver also testified that he saw the “Harder They Fall” star push Jabbari back into the black Cadillac Escalade while it was pulled over in Chinatown — which was captured by surveillance cameras.
“He was trying to throw her in the car,” he testified. “He was saying, ‘Leave me alone. I have to go.’”
The “Creed III” actor was arrested on March 25 after he and Jabbari got into a domestic dispute while taking a taxi home from a bar in Brooklyn.
Following his arrest, Majors was dropped by his manager and publicist.
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call or text the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988.