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Jonathan Majors Dropped By His Manager

By Dustin Rowles | Celebrity | April 18, 2023 |

By Dustin Rowles | Celebrity | April 18, 2023 |


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Jonathan Majors was dropped by his manager, Entertainment 360, a few weeks after the PR firm that represented him also dropped him. You know things are really bad when the people an actor pays to support stop supporting him.

If Majors’ management and PR firm thought there was something left to save, they would try and save it. They clearly do not. According to Deadline, he was dropped “due to issues surrounding the actor’s personal behavior.” Those issues are multiple counts of harassment and assault brought against him over a domestic dispute with a 30-year-old woman, reportedly his girlfriend whom he and his attorney attempted to DARVO back in March. In an attempt to continue to discredit the woman and paint himself as a victim, Majors also released texts between him and his girlfriend purported to show that he was the one who was attacked. It backfired on him spectacularly.

In the meantime, none of the evidence — video footage and witness testimony — proving his innocence that Majors’ attorney promised in the days after his arrest has surfaced, nor have the charges been “dropped imminently,” as Majors’ attorney suggested would happen. Majors is next expected to go in front of a judge on May 8th.

Although he has already shot the second season of Loki, rumors of his replacement are already starting to circulate. Setting this phase of the MCU in multiple universes should make replacing him easy from a writing standpoint.