On Tuesday, a special prosecutor in Chicago indicted Jussie Smollet on 6 new charges of orderly misconduct. This fresh indictment came in one year after the Anti-Trump hate hoaxer paid two Nigerian brothers $3,500 to carry out his dirty hate hoax then falsely claimed two white Trump supporters attacked him with bleach and then tied a rope round his neck.
It was later revealed by surveillance video that the two Nigerian brothers were seen purchasing ropes, red hats and other items in preparation for the hate hoax activity after receiving the payment.
When the charges were first brought against Jussie Smollet last year, a Chicago prosecutor by the name Kim Foxx dropped all 16 charges against him and wiped them clean from his record which sparked an outrage. As a result, a special prosecutor was appointed 6 months ago to look into the case.
According to Fox 32, Former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett was indicted Tuesday in Chicago by special prosecutor Dan Webb, stemming from the alleged racist and anti-gay attack on him that occurred in January of 2019, a source confirms to FOX 32 News.
He is due in court February 24.
Thanks to the special prosecutor Dan Webb, we may finally see justice handed down in Smollett’s hate hoax case. TO WEIGH IN ON THIS PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT IN THE COMMENT SECTION BELOW…