Jonathan Majors Faces More Abuse Allegations

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Jonathan Majors is facing more allegations of abuse with sources claiming the actor has a history of violence and "emotional torture."

In a bombshell report published by Rolling Stone, over 40 people "who have known Majors during his time in graduate school, his Hollywood career, and his romantic relationships" lodged physical, mental, and emotional abuse allegations against the Marvel star.

Nine sources claimed Majors allegedly strangled and mentally and emotionally abused a previous girlfriend, who didn't speak directly to Rolling Stone. The sources said the woman tried to leave multiple times, even creating an exit plan, but she ultimately stayed in the relationship.

In a separate incident, a woman allegedly told friends that she faced "emotional torture" while in a relationship with Majors. A source told Rolling Stone there were instances where Majors would allegedly “get filled with rage” and say he “needed to hit something or punch a wall or something of that nature.”

Sources said Majors was a “complicated, unpredictable, and sometimes violent man, who can switch from charming to cold in a flash.” Both romantic partners detailed in the report were abused emotionally and one physically, sources alleged, with abuse dating back to Majors' time at Yale’s David Geffen School of Drama.

“It was pervasively known that he was [a good actor] and that he also would terrorize the people that he had dated,” one source told Rolling Stone.

The additional allegations come after Majors was arrested in March over an alleged domestic dispute with a 30-year-old woman. The actor faces assault and harassment charges and is expected to stand trial in August.

Majors' legal team has maintained his innocence and again denied the new abuse allegations brought against him.

“Jonathan Majors vehemently denies Rolling Stone’s false allegations that he physically, verbally, or emotionally abused anyone, let alone any of his past romantic partners,” Majors’ attorney, Dustin A. Pusch, wrote in a statement. Majors “also denies any allegations of abuse, violence, or intimidation during his time at Yale.”

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