Jonathan Majors' assault trial is now moving forward, after the judge rejected his motion to dismiss charges.
Majors was arrested after a alleged domestic argument with his then girlfriend Grace Jabbari.
Before the incident, the actor had been on the cusp of stardom after big roles in Marvel's "Ant-Man and the Wasp Quantumania" and "Creed III."
Jonathan Majors, the Marvel Cinematic Universe's actor, will face assault charges in court next month. A New York judge denied Majors' motion to dismiss his case on Wednesday.
According to Manhattan District Attorney, the trial will be held on November 29.
Majors was arrested in March for alleged abuse against his 30-year-old girlfriend Grace Jabbari during a ride in a car to an apartment located in New York's Chelsea neighborhood.
Majors's rise to Hollywood stardom coincided with the release of this album.
He was poised for a breakthrough year after previously appearing in HBO's Lovecraft Country. His major roles in the March release of "Creed III," and the February "Ant-Man and the Wasp Quantumania" were key to his success. This film and his appearances in the Disney+ series "Loki" positioned him as the next major antagonist for Disney's multi-billion dollar Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Majors' defence team.
Police said that after the alleged assault Jabbari was taken to hospital with "minor injuries" to her neck and head. The police confirmed Jabbari’s claims following a preliminary investigation. They called the incident "a domestic dispute."
Majors denied the allegations against him, and filed a counter-charge of misdemeanor aggravated assault against Jabbari. He claimed that she had attacked him. According to reports, the Manhattan District Attorney's Office announced on Tuesday that Jabbari would not be prosecuted in connection with the case.
Before the incident, they had been dating for many years. According to reports, Jabbari was granted a temporary protection order against Majors.
Majors' team of defense has also filed a second motion to keep certain sensitive evidence hidden from the public in order to protect Majors right to a fair hearing
The judge has yet to rule on the motion.
Majors is facing misdemeanor assault and harassment charges. Majors could spend up to one year in prison if convicted.