Jussie Smollett struck back at a social networks user who compared his supposed hate crime hoax to a 12- year-old girl who recently confessed she comprised a story about how her dreadlocks were cut off by her white schoolmates.
Journalist Derrick Jackson published a talk about Instagram that read, “Jussie really is an innovator,” insinuating that the girl, Amari Allen, took a page from Smollett’s alleged book of lies
She claimed three white young boys cut her hair while on the play area at the Immanuel Christian School in Springfield, Va., but later on confessed the incident didn’t actually take place after security video footage could not support her story.
” With all due regard sibling, y’ all can clown me all you desire but my story has actually never altered and I have not lied about a thing,” Smollett, 37, reacted on social media.
” Y’ all can continue to be misguided, internalized sheep, who think what actual proven phonies feed you or you can check out the actual docs. Either method, Imma be alright. I know me and what happened. You do not. So bring on. All Love,” he added.
In January, Smollett informed police he was attacked by two masked males as he was strolling house from a Chicago Subway sandwich shop at approximately 2 a.m. The openly gay actor declared that the masked males beat him, taunted him with homophobic and racial slurs and shouted, “This is MAGA country.”
In February, authorities figured out that Smollett’s masked attackers were bros Abel and Ola Osundairo, who trained Smollett and dealt with him on “Empire.” Authorities likewise determined the siblings as those on security video acquiring the rope that was apparently spent time Jussie’s neck throughout the supposed attack.
It was identified by cops in late March that the former “Empire” star staged the racist hate crime he endured while shooting the program in Chicago.
Smollett was charged with submitting an incorrect police report, but those charges were dropped by Cook County State’s Lawyer Kim Foxx a few weeks later.
The entertainer has actually maintained his innocence and still insists that the attack happened.
After Allen admitted the truth, her household released an apology but states that she has been a victim of bullying at the school.
” To those young boys and their parents, we truly apologize for the pain and stress and anxiety these claims have triggered,” the household stated in a declaration “To the administrators and households of Immanuel Christian School, we are sorry for the damage this incident has done to trust within the school family and the undue scorn it has brought to the school.”
The school likewise responded:
” While we are alleviated to hear the reality and bring the events of the past few days to a close, we also feel significant discomfort for the victims and the hurt on both sides of this dispute. We acknowledge that we now enter what will be a long season of healing.”
Fox News’ Jessica Sager added to this report.