Yeah, but I have no idea what to believe anymore. You want to feel sympathy for him, but you just don't really know what actually happened.
Hey, have you heard about the allegations against Jussie Smollett?
I do not think it is fair that people condemn him for doing something wrong. Of course he is in the fault, but he probably has had to suffer this kind of torment and abuse his entire life.
I couldn't agree more with you. It is just not right that if he weren't telling the truth, how unethical is it for him to leverage his fame to get agenda truly spread.
That is what is being said per the police. Mr. Smollett is sticking to his story, to his innocent pleas, despite the mounting pressure of media and the Chicago PD claiming that he himself fabricated this entire plan because "he is unsatisfied with his salary from Empire."
Well the police were able to identify the subject and effectively force a confession out of them in which they produced the $3,500 check written by Jussie Smollett himself. If that is not proof enough, I do not know what more one could ask for.
But Jussie did have a response to that claim. He, or rather, his lawyer, stated that he did, in fact, write a check to the twin brothers, but it was to cover expenses including their services of personal training and nutritional planning.
At this point, that "claim" makes the alleged encounter look even more like a fabricated publicity stunt. These men just so happened to have a check from Jussie Smollett? And they had every option to deny all charges if they were not remotely involved in the case. That is why I believe they are guilty, and the encounter was pre-planned.
Yes, I believe that Jussie Smollett did make that magazine clipping style death threat and sent it to himself, just to make his planned ambush a little more credible and believable.
So you believe that it was all truly a plan? A plan that included sending a death threat to Jussie Smollett at his workplace?
Well, despite the differences of opinions, I do not think it is fair that Chicago PD is so heavily accusing Mr. Smollett of planning this assault. They should at least give him the benefit of the doubt until he is proven guilty in court.
At the end of the day, this will all be proven in the court of law. If he is to be proven innocent, I will be quite taken back by the whole situation, and the next question would be why would those twin brothers attack a friend and "customer," despite the fact that he payed them for their services?