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Jonathan Majors Filed a Domestic Violence Claim Against His Accuser

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 27, 2023 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 27, 2023 |


In predictable fashion, Jonathan Majors has officially filed a legal claim against his accuser wherein he claims that she was the real attacker. He also accused her of being “drunk and hysterical” during the incident. It’s an interesting gambit given Majors’ attorney has claimed for months now that the charges against him would be dropped any minute now thanks to overwhelming evidence in the Marvel actor’s favor. Instead, court proceedings have continued, so here we are with the Johnny Depp approach like clockwork. (Jezebel)

Angela Basset will finally receive an honorary Oscar. (Lainey Gossip)

Kevin Federline is not thrilled that people are accusing him of moving to Hawaii where Britney Spears will allegedly have to make child support payments until her sons are 23? Is that right? Is that a thing? (Dlisted)

Cardi B and Offset are going through some things. (Celebitchy)

From Chris: Fox News is altering AP and Reuters articles about anti-trans legislation to spread disinformation. (MMFA)

Stranger Things star Noah Schnapp celebrated his first Pride since coming out earlier this year. (Buzzfeed)

RFK Jr. gave away the game by speaking at Moms For Liberty summit. (New Republic)

Jennifer Lawrence “passionately” threw up after Hot Ones. (EW)

Infinity Train is a delightful gem that Warner Bros. Discovery cruelly took out back, shot, then buried the body in an unmarked grave, so it’s nice to see creator Owen Dennis land on his feet. (Gizmodo)

NewSobriquet was thrilled to see former Pajiban Joanna on ScreenCrush where she talked about what The Flash bombing means for James Gunn’s DCU. (YouTube)

I’m pretty sure this is just called being an asshole. (The Wrap)

Roseanne Barr reminded everyone exactly why she’s canceled. (Daily Beast)

From Jen: Access to The Washington Post is free this week until June 30th. No paywalls until Friday. (WaPo)

ElCicco wanted to read The Deep, an Afrofuturist short story by Rivers Solomon and the musical group, Clppng. “Solomon is a master at creating off-land worlds and addressing matters of race and injustice through strong female characters.” Have you read in the Afrofuturism genre?  (Cannonball Read 15)