Jonathan Majors Sentenced to 1 Year of Counseling For Domestic Assault

Following convictions for assault and harassment against ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari, actor Jonathan Majors faces one year of domestic violence counseling and a permanent protection order.

Actor Jonathan Majors has been sentenced to one year of domestic violence counseling in Los Angeles following his conviction for assaulting and harassing his ex-girlfriend, Grace Jabbari, according to CBS News.

The sentencing, delivered by Judge Michael Gaffey in a Manhattan courtroom, comes almost four months after Majors was found guilty of two misdemeanor counts of harassment and assault against Jabbari.

Majors must also abide by a permanent order of protection prohibiting any contact with Jabbari, with any violations potentially resulting in jail time. Despite Majors' lack of prior criminal history, the judge opted not to impose a jail sentence, citing his absence of prior arrests.

The actor, accompanied by his current girlfriend Meagan Good, showed little reaction in court and declined to provide a statement. This comes after Majors was fired from Disney's Marvel Cinematic Universe and dropped by his management company and publicity firm following the guilty verdict.

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