Jonathan Majors and Meagan Good jetted out of New York City just one day after the actor was found guilty of assault and harassment of his ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari.
The “Creed III” actor touched down in Los Angeles late Tuesday night alongside Good, who has stood by his side throughout the entire high-profile trial.
Majors, 34, tried to keep a low profile while getting off his private plane, wearing a red beanie and keeping his head down.
Earlier in the day, the former Marvel star was spotted wearing the same outfit while running some last-minute errands in NYC before his flight.
Despite his conviction, nothing seemed out of the ordinary as the actor went for a walk in the city, stopping to grab a cup of coffee.
Majors, who shielded his face with dark sunglasses, also held a colorful blue gift bag, yet it’s unclear where he got it from or who it was for.
Good did not join him on the stroll despite walking out of the courthouse hand-in-hand with the “Devotion” actor after his conviction.
Majors was found guilty on one count of reckless assault in the 3rd degree and a non-criminal charge of harassment in a split verdict on Monday.
However, he was acquitted on another assault charge and one count of aggravated harassment.
Per ABC, the six-person jury believed Majors recklessly assaulted Jabbari — but it was unintentional.
His lawyer, Priya Chaudhry, told Page Six, “It is clear that the jury did not believe Grace Jabbari’s story of what happened in the SUV because they found that Mr. Majors did not intentionally cause any injuries to her. We are grateful for that.”
“We are disappointed, however, that despite not believing Ms. Jabbari, the jury nevertheless found that Mr. Majors was somehow reckless while she was attacking him.”
The charges were based on an alleged fight that occurred between the two in March while they were in the backseat of a hired car.
Jabbari’s legal team provided video footage from the fight, images of her alleged injuries from the domestic incident as well as text messages from Majors telling her not to see a doctor about a head injury she sustained from a previous incident.
However, Majors’ legal team claimed Jabbari was actually the aggressor that night and fabricated the allegations because she was upset about their breakup.
Naveed Sarwar, the driver of the black SUV, also told the jury that while he didn’t see what happened, he had a “feeling” Jabbari was the aggressor “because of the way that she was fighting and the sounds produced.”
However, the driver claimed he did see Majors push Jabbari back into the car after they stopped in Chinatown, which was captured on surveillance cameras and shown in court.
“He was trying to throw her in the car,” he testified. “He was saying, ‘Leave me alone. I have to go.’”
Yet during the trial, Jabbari — who started dating the actor in August 2021 — alleged that Majors had a “violent temper” and that he would allegedly threaten to commit suicide following their fights.
The British dancer, who broke down in tears on the stand, also claimed that she first became “scared” of the actor just four months after they started dating when he allegedly got upset after she mentioned an ex-boyfriend.
She also provided the court with an alleged audio clip of the actor berating her for not acting more like former First Lady Michelle Obama or civil rights leader Coretta Scott King.
“I’m a great man. A great man. I do great things for my culture and for the world,” Majors allegedly said in the recording, per Variety. “The woman that supports me needs to be a great woman.”
Majors’ sentencing is scheduled for Feb. 6 and he faces up to a year behind bars.
He has since been dropped by Marvel, whom he had several upcoming projects with, his manager and publicist.
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Nine different sources claimed that the “Lovecraft Country” alum subjected one unnamed girlfriend to “really extreme abuse, physically and mentally.” They alleged that Majors even strangled her on one occasion.
Another one of his romantic partners allegedly described her romance with the actor as “emotional torture.”
“My experience in dealing with him and watching him in relationships with several women [is] really upsetting,” one individual alleged. “As an outside observer, it made me uncomfortable.”
Majors’ team denied the allegations, which span over 10 years.
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