Jussie Smollett finally gives phone records to cops

Jussie Smollett finally gives phone records to cops

Jussie Smollett finally gives phone records to cops

The "Empire" star sent in a PDF file of his phone records two weeks after the alleged incident, which is apparently the cause for the police refusing to accept the document.

The statement is the latest in a back-and-forth between Smollett and police since he reported the attack took place on January 29.

Meanwhile, Chicago police said Sunday that Smollett has yet to turn over data from his cell phone to verify that he was on the phone with his music manager, Brandon Moore, when he was allegedly attacked.

Smollett initially told police that during the attack he was on the phone with his manager, and his manager claims to have heard part of the attack - making him the only known witness.

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Just take it as it is. "I'm just focused on myself and let's see how it all goes", he said. I just want to get in the auto and see what happens".

"We obviously can't use redacted records, we have to have the whole record to show it wasn't tampered with at all", Guglielmi said. Then, hours later, there were two "persons of interest" on video. He also said in an earlier statement that he'd been "100% factual and consistent on every level" when working with police.

Smollett, who is black and openly gay, told police that his attackers doused him with an unknown chemical substance, shouted racial and homophobic slurs at him before looping what police said was a thin rope tied like a noose around his neck.

I don't believe it, not around here....

"I've been in this neighborhood five years".

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The 61-year-old Guzman broke out of Mexican prisons twice before he was finally recaptured and extradited to the U.S. in 2017. It was an operation that dated back to the 1980s. "Senor judge, me and my attorneys have spoken about this", Guzman stated.

Sounds like journalists are doing more work than the Chicago Police Department.

But Agin Muhammad, who says he lives in the same building as Smollett, told the New York Post that he doubts the attack happened as reported. "Despite my frustrations and deep concern with certain inaccuracies and misrepresentations that have been spread, I still believe that justice will be served". "They were limited and redacted but detectives will analyze them".

"[Chicago Police Superintendent] Eddie Johnson says [Jussie Smollett] is still being treated as the victim in this case but if the investigation does reveal he made a false report he will be held accountable", he tweeted.

The AP added that Chicago has one of the nation's most sophisticated and extensive video surveillance systems, including thousands of cameras on street poles, skyscrapers, buses, and in train tunnels - and that police said such cameras have helped them make thousands of arrests.

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Chicago police have not been able to identify any legitimate suspects in the case, nor have they been able to find any surveillance footage of the attack.

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