According to TMZ, Jonathan Majors was just ordered to stay away from the ex-girlfriend he reportedly beat. However, his team continues to deny that he assaulted her.
According to a representative for the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, a court granted the alleged victim a complete temporary order of protection on Thursday at her request.
According to our sources, Majors did not object to the request, and the matter is set to return to court in a few weeks.
Majors’ attorney, Priya Chaudhry, tells us, “We consented because Mr. Majors wants nothing to do with the woman who assaulted him” — adding their team provided evidence from a doctor and trauma specialist, which they insist backs up his side of the story.
Chaudhry goes on to say, “It is disturbing that even when presented with this incontrovertible evidence, the District Attorney continues this false case.”