Confirmation Points “Empire” Actor, Jussie Smollet In Romantic Relationship With Nigeria Man Who He Attacked Him In His False Report (Read)

American actor and one of the major cast crew of the seasonal movie “Empire” has been on the news since 2019 year after he reported that he was attacked by some mob who were on mask as they attacked and inflicted injuries on him… This report which was found out as lies based on some investigations by the FBI remains a mystery to many as the reason the actor may have done that. The case which is still in the court has been one of his biggest controversial scandal of the actor.

According to investigations made which points out that the people who have attacked the actor was his friends as he staged his own attacked.

Still on the current new reports by Page Six, One of the Osundairo brothers who attacked gay actor, Jussie Smollett was allegedly in a s*xual relationship with the Empire actor.

The former Empire actor who is awaiting trial for allegedly paying $3,500 to the two brothers, Abel and Ola Osundairo to stage a racist, homophobic attack against him back in 2019. But has repeatedly maintain innocence about asking the body builders to stage the attack, saying the payment he made to them was for fitness training.

Going by the by A report by Page Six now claims that Smollett was in a sexual relationship with one of his alleged attackers,  Abimbola “Abel” Osundairo.

The publication reported that the two men met frequently at an upscale gay bathhouse.

“They used to party together and he had a sexual relationship with [Abel]. They went to this affluent Chicago bathhouse multiple times and they had to show ID,” a source told Page Six.

“It’s known as a bathhouse where a lot of affluent Black gay men hang out. There should be a record [of their visits].”

However, Osundairo has also denied and waved off such allegation and its link up to being a guy.

In a suit filed against Smollett’s lawyers after they insinuated there was a sexual relationship between him and Smollett, he said they put them and their family members, who are Nigerians at risk due to the country’s strict laws which punish gay sex with up to 14 years in prison.

“We have sat back and watched lie after lie being fabricated about us in the media only so one big lie can continue to have life. These lies are destroying our character and our reputation in our personal and professional lives,” their attorney read in a statement on their behalf at the time.

A judge dismissed their defamation suit last month, while Smollett’s trial continues.

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