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The police have released two 911 calls reportedly made by the actor’s manager on the night the 36-year-old reported he was attacked in a racist and homophobic ambush.
Manager Frank Gatson made the calls around 40 minutes after Smollett returned to his apartment with a noose around his neck, according to the New York Post.
Jussie Smollet’s 911 call has been released after his axe from Empire was confirmed.
I just want to report it and make sure he’s alright.’ When asked why Smollett wasn’t calling the authorities on his own accord, Mr.
Gatson responded: ‘He was cool, he didn’t want me to call you guys.’ The emergency operator told the manager that Smollett is the only person who can file a police report. I’m gonna make him make the report,’ Gatson replied in the three-minute call before telling the dispatcher that his employer does not need medical attention. I’m scared and I don’t know what it is — They put a noose around his neck.
On the announcement, Smollett gave a statement outside court calling it ‘the worst time of his life.’ Jussie’s character Jamal Lyon was last seen making American TV history as the first black, gay couple to get married on screen, disappearing off into the sunset to start his new life.
FOX Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier announced the upcoming season six will be the show’s last.
He was senior adviser to President Barack Obama and chief strategist for the 20 Obama campaigns. Driving north from Philadelphia to Hazleton, you can still see the occasional "Make America Great Again" placards in yards and storefronts along the roadsides -- and political fault lines -- of northeast Pennsylvania.