All i can say this guy is a compete wanker .......not a good actor either .....not smart........ if he was he would not be going to jail to partake in blood farts ......he is a jack off..... thinking he can use his race to partake in racial violence ........what a fucking wanker....i hate most of these actors .......... little bitches most of them ......but hey he thought he could fool the masses ......now he is off to get serious blood farts .........or ring sting.....or whatever the prisoners do to others prisoners men on men stuff .....5 months dumb ass .....dont forget get your expandable glow in the dark butt plug ,.........
Former “Empire” star Jussie Smollett was sentenced to 150 days in jail, 30 months felony probation and to pay restitution to the city of Chicago, and a fine of $25,000 on Thursday, after he was found guilty last December on charges that he staged a hate-crime attack against himself in 2019. Judge James B. Linn stated that the evidence against Smollett was “overwhelming” and that the jury’s verdict in his case was “correct.”
Smollett, who had waived his right to comment before the verdict, announced he was “not suicidal” and “innocent” after the sentencing. He repeatedly stated that he is “not suicidal,” insisting that if anything happens to him in jail, that he would never take his own life.
Linn rejected the defense’s request for a new trial after arguments were made by his lawyers at the lengthy sentencing hearing. Before rendering his verdict, Smollett’s defense team read letters of support for the star from Black Lives Matter, LaTanya Richardson Jackson and Samuel L. Jackson, and Rev. Jesse Jackson on behalf of the Rainbow/Push Coalition. They all stood up for his character and urged the judge not to give Smollett jail time. The actor’s older brother also spoke to the judge in the hearing, and so did his 92-year-old grandmother. Another lawyer for the former “Empire” star read a letter from actress and family friend Alfre Woodard and still another from NAACP President and CEO Derrick Johnson.
“There is nothing I can do here that can come close to the damage you’ve done to your own life,” Linn told Smollett before issuing his verdict, adding he took the actor-singer’s character into account in making his decision, as well as the glowing endorsements from Jesse Jackson and Derrick Johnson.