Judge rejected Jussie Smollett’s malicious Prosecution lawsuit

Judge rejected Jussie Smollett's malicious Prosecution lawsuit

On Wednesday, Jussie Smollett, an American actor, again hit in court at that time when a federal judge tossed his hostile prosecution lawsuit against many police officers and the city of Chicago.

In November 2019, the prosecutor filled the suit for former Empire star after Chicago city charged him for 130,000 dollars to compensate for the overtime to cops who were the part of the investigating and homophobic assault on the back of the Jussie Smollett in January 2019.

Judge dismissed Jussie Smollett's malicious Prosecution lawsuit

In November, the countersuit said that Jussie Smollett had been the victim of malicious pursuit that created extreme distress and humiliation.

The judge’s reaction

Virginia Kendall, the United States Judge, told that Jussie Smollett had not submitted any file malicious prosecution claim till all the proceedings were opposing him and also adds his February 2020 chare on six counts in which he was apparently lying to cops related to attack.

Virginia Kendall told that the police department of Chicago city was encouraged to take Smollett for justice for the crime that was probably to think he accepted.

Previously in January of 2019, Jussie Smollett reported that he and a gay black person was assaulted in the city of Chicago by 2 persons who were wearing masks. He added that those men beat him, taunted him with homophobic slurs and racist, and also tied a rope around his neck.

The city of Chicago’s police department told that the attack was totally dramatic even Jussie Smollett was charged due to developing the fake report. Moreover, those primary charges were latterly throw down along with a little explanation made by the prosecutors.