Report Smollett Paid Brothers $4000 for Maga Attack He Planned

Report Smollett Paid Brothers $4000 for Maga Attack He Planned

It appears that Empire star Jussie Smollett paid the two Nigerian brothers to stage an assault against him which he later claimed was a racist attack by Trump supporters. Smollett also alleged that he received hate mail the week before from a Trump supporter. Police are now investigating that as well.

The two men involved in the alleged hoax are now fully cooperating with law enforcement, CNN is reporting on Saturday. Police told reporter Rafer Weigel that they confronted the brothers with the rope they bought the night of the attack and from which they fashioned a noose.

The police threatened to charge them with battery and a hate crime.

CBS News reports that the brothers were paid $3,500 prior to leaving for Nigeria and were promised an additional $500 upon their return. They probably didn’t get a chance to collect the $500. Ropes and plain red hats were purchased at the direction of Smollett.

Store where the brothers bought their red hats.

On January 29, two men allegedly yelled out racial and homophobic slurs while attacking Smollett, the actor told police. They poured bleach on him, beat him, and tied a noose around his neck while screaming, “This is Maga country,” [in the middle of liberal land], according to Smollett.

The police are eager to speak with him again. Allegedly, he will speak with them Monday.[…]

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ICYMI, below are articles published by S. Noble of Independent Sentinel on Jussie Smollett’s alleged allegations of a racist assault by Trump supporters.



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