Actor Jonathan Majors speaks out for the first time since his conviction in a domestic violence trial in an interview with ABC News

Actor Jonathan Majors speaks out for the first time since his conviction in a domestic violence trial in an interview with ABC News

JONATHAN MAJORS sobbed during his first television interview since being convicted on assault charges on Monday.

A New York jury condemned the former Marvel star in December after he was accused of assaulting his ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari.

During the interview with Good Morning America’s Linsey Davis, Majors brushed away a tear.

Majors admitted to Davis that he was surprised and terrified when he heard the decision, and that he hadn’t seen his daughter since.


“Everything has kind of vanished. And now it’s just me, you know, and my darling, lovely partner Meagan [Good] and my dogs,” he explained.

Majors, who played the villain Kang in the superhero film Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, was sacked by Marvel after the film’s release.

Jabbari alleged that Majors attacked her in a car in New York City last March.

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Majors told Good Morning America he shouldn’t have been in the vehicle.

He admitted that collecting Jabbari was one of the biggest mistakes in his life.

Jabbari, a Brit dancer, claimed she was left with a broken finger, swollen arm, and ear.

Majors has denied causing the injuries.

He said that he didn’t know how Jabbari was injured.

His legal team claimed Jabbari attacked him after reading a message, supposedly from another woman, on his cell phone.

When asked where Jabbari’s injuries came from, he said, “I wish I knew to get clarity and some kind of peace.”

Majors claimed that he suffered scratches on his hand and cheek that resulted in bleeding.


Majors was convicted on an assault charge and one count of harassment.

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He was acquitted on a different assault charge and of aggravated harassment.

Majors said he intends to appeal his conviction.

The actor potentially faces up to one year in prison for the assault charge. His sentencing is due to take place on February 6.

He could receive probation or be handed a non-custodial sentence.

For the harassment charge, Majors could be hit with a maximum sentence of 15 days in jail and a $250 fine.

“Mr. Majors still has faith in the process and looks forward to fully clearing his name,” his lawyer, Priya Chaudhry, said.


Majors is known for starring in the sports movie Creed III and the Disney+ series Loki.

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He was due to star in Avengers: The Kang Dynasty – a movie scheduled to be released in May 2026.

Majors was also slated to appear in the 2027 movie Avengers: Secret Wars.

Majors’ interview comes just weeks after Jabbari broke her silence.

She shared an appeal for donations to a domestic violence charity on Instagram.

“For my birthday, if you want… a donation to SFFNY [Sanctuary for Families], a charity that helped me so much this year would be the best gift you could give,” the post said.



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