A judge delayed Jonathan Majors’ sentencing hearing as 2 more women accuse him of physical and mental abuse.
A jury convicted Majors, 34, of assault and harassment in December 2023.
His sentencing hearing was delayed until April after his lawyers filed a routine motion to set aside the guilty verdict.
Meanwhile, 2 more women accused the disgraced actor of domestic abuse, according to the New York Times.
The Times interviewed Emma Duncan and Maura Hooper, who say they dated Majors between 2013 and 2019. Duncan told the Times that Majors physically and emotionally abused her.
Hooper also alleged emotional abuse by the actor.
Both women described Majors as “a controlling, threatening figure who isolated them from friends and career pursuits.”
Duncan recalled an incident during a July 2016 trip to Chautauqua, New York. She said Majors threatened to strangle and kill her.
Another incident occurred later that same month in a hotel room when Duncan visited Majors in Sante Fe, New Mexico.
Duncan said she began packing to leave, when Majors pushed her into a couch, choked her and told her he was “going to kill” her.
She said he then threw her across the room and said, “I’m going to make sure you can’t have children.”
The Times also interviewed 20 other people from Majors’ past who say he has a “history of volatility.”
One witness said Majors repeatedly confronted female co-workers while on set of the HBO series Lovecraft Country.
His behavior led to several colleagues complaining to the network.
Majors’ attorney, Priya Chaudhry, denied most of the allegations.
Chaudhry admitted that Majors’ relationships with Duncan and Hooper were both “toxic,” and he “did say hurtful things.”
But she denied the claims of physical abuse and said he did not know about the complaints to HBO.
Majors was convicted of assaulting and harassing his ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari during an incident in NYC in March 2023.
Even though he denied the allegations, a jury of his peers found him guilty.