Actor and singer Jussie Smollett is facing more scrutiny for the alleged attack he was a victim of in Chicago last month- and now the Chicago Police are starting to question some of the “evidence” he provided.
Chicago’s finest have once again rejected phone records given to them -around two weeks after the attack- because they’re not official records, but instead, a heavily-redacted version downloaded as a PDF file.
According to TMZ, the phone bill must be submitted in complete form in order to be sufficient evidence.
While the area where the attack took place is littered with security cameras, a sixty-minute gap exists where the tv star cannot be seen, meaning there is no video proof of the attack.
Smollett claims that he was beaten, sprayed with a bleach-like liquid and adorned with a noose around his neck.
Despite suspicions by locals, and it would seem, CPD, the department has maintained that Smollett is still cooperating and the incident is being treated as a hate crime.
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