Loki actor Jonathan Majors' ex girlfriend files new lawsuit against him for multiple instances of physical abuse

    In a recent civil lawsuit, Grace Jabbari, Jonathan Majors' former girlfriend, accuses him of multiple instances of physical abuse.

    Jonathan Majors (Source: X)

    Jonathan Majors (Source: X)

    Three months following Jonathan Majors' conviction in his misdemeanor assault trial, the actor is now confronted with a civil lawsuit from the woman at the center of his criminal trial in New York City. Grace Jabbari, Majors' former girlfriend, filed the lawsuit against him in the Southern District of New York on Tuesday. In her lawsuit, she detailed several alleged instances of abuse.

    According to THR, Jabbari, who testified in Majors' December 2023 criminal trial, claimed in the lawsuit that Majors engaged in a pattern of continuous domestic abuse starting in 2021 and continuing through 2023.

    Jonathan Majors and Grace Jabbari (Source: People)

    Details of Jabbari's Claims Against Majors

    The pair crossed paths in August 2021 while Jabbari was working on the set of Majors' superhero film Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. Allegations from Jabbari include multiple instances of physical abuse by the actor. One such incident allegedly occurred in September 2022, where Majors purportedly threw Jabbari against the hood of her car. 

    Subsequently, he brought her inside their home and, following an argument the previous day, allegedly proceeded to hit her head against the marble floor while strangling her until she felt she could no longer breathe. According to the lawsuit, Majors allegedly expressed his desire and intention to kill Jabbari during the incident in question. Furthermore, he purportedly advised her via text message not to seek medical attention for her injuries, fearing potential investigation.

    Jonathan Majors (Source: People)

    Jabbari's Testimony and Delayed Sentencing

    During Majors' December criminal trial, Jabbari testified that the Creed III star frequently exhibited rage and aggression throughout their relationship. She read the text message into the record on her final day of testimony. Initially scheduled for sentencing in the N.Y.C. criminal case on February 6, Majors' hearing was postponed until April 8 following a motion filed by his lawyers to overturn his guilty verdict.

    In December, the actor was convicted of misdemeanor assault in the third degree for recklessly causing physical injury, as well as harassment in the second degree. Additionally, he was acquitted of misdemeanor assault in the third degree.

    Jonathan Majors (Source: X)

    After Majors' guilty verdict, The New York Times published reports in February featuring two women who recounted allegations of physical and emotional abuse by Majors during their romantic involvements.