US actor Jonathan Majors, who gave life to the character Kang in Marvel movies, has recently come to the agenda with accusations of assault and harassment. The actor, who attacked his girlfriend, British choreographer Grace Jabbari, last March and whose lawsuit is ongoing, denied all allegations. The American actor's case was finalized last month. Majors, 34, was found guilty by a jury of six in Manhattan.


After the actor was found guilty, Marvel Studios decided to part ways with Majors. The actor, who played the character of Kang in the Loki series, was scheduled to star in the 2026 big screen adaptation of the comic book "Avengers: The Kang Dynasty" comic book adaptation in 2026. It is not known whether someone else will portray the character of Kang instead of Majors.

Jabbari and Majors met on the set of the Marvel movie Ant Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.


The actor said goodbye to another movie project after his conviction. Mayors was to play Rodman in the movie "48 Hours in Vegas" about the life of basketball player Dennis Rodman.

According to Variety, the actor lost this role as well.


Majors' girlfriend started an argument in the taxi after she saw a message from another woman on Majors' phone on the way home at night. In her anger, Majors allegedly threw a tantrum and slapped her. Majors allegedly lost control at one point and went so far as to choke her.

He then left her somewhere and stayed in a different place. The woman went to the police the next morning and filed a criminal complaint against the famous actor.