Jussie Smallett is now a free man- All charges dropped

Jayson Oluwatimilehin

Born and raised in the United States of America by Nigerian parents, Jayson Oluwatimilehin is an avid writer and Journalist with specialty in researching about the entertainment industry.

Jayson developed interest in Journalism after he finished his education from Mountain Top University in Nigeria, finishing with a first class in English Language and interned for a few media companies in Lagos and bagged a higher diploma from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism before joining Theelitepost's editorial team.

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Jayson Oluwatimilehin

Every one of the charges against Jussie Smollett has been dropped, his lawyers have declared in an announcement.

The Empire performer, who might have been imprisoned for 48 years on 16 crime which includes deceiving the police in the supposed racial and homophobic assault, will never again be indicted.

Jussie and his legal counselors showed up in court on Tuesday morning for a crisis hearing. Further agreements require that Jussie will surrender his $10,000 bond. In any case, that is it. The case is finished.

According to sources, State’s Attorney, Kim Foxx, disclosed to Chicago police she was dropping the case in light of the fact that Jussie would have possibly gotten community service only if he was indicted which he has done already so there is no reason for arraigning him.

Chicago police are purportedly “enraged” about this and feel something unusual is going on with Kim Foxx. Smollett’s legal advisors reported the news in an explanation where they said he was a ‘criticized’ casualty.

‘According to my source, the indictment’s case “deteriorated.” There were issues with the $3,500 cheque the 2 siblings got from Jussie. The Police Superintendent had said the cash was installment for the phony assault, yet it shows up it was really for physical training.

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