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Jussie Smollett Apologizes to the ‘Empire’ Cast and Claims That he’s Innocent

Jussie Smollett Apologizes to the ‘Empire’ Cast and Claims That he’s Innocent

Jussie Smollett apologized to the cast and group of “Empire” on Thursday night for any humiliation and ongoing claims that he may have caused, however he kept up that he was guiltless, an individual at the gathering told CNN.

The individual at the gathering said they were stunned and overwhelmed that Smollett adhered to his account of guiltlessness. Generally, the source stated, Smollett summarized what was in the statement that his lawyer put out that evening, accusing the legitimate framework and the media for his burdens.

20th Century Fox Television official VP of corporate communications and exposure, Chris Alexander, affirmed that Smollett was on set taping on Thursday.

The “Empire” on-screen character was captured Thursday morning on doubt of documenting a bogus report about a January 29 incident where he said he was the casualty of a loathe wrongdoing. Police charge Smollett paid two men to organize the attack with expectations of advancing his profession, as per Chicago Superintendent Eddie Johnson.

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Smollett showed up in court Thursday evening and talked just to affirm his name to the judge. His barrier group told the court that Smollett was not a flight risk and cited his charitable work in putting forth his defense for safeguard. The judge allowed a $100,000 safeguard, and Smollett paid a $10,000 bond. He was requested to surrender his passport and will stay under supervision until his case is settled.

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