EXCLUSIVE: Jussie Smollett seems tense during a heated phone call on his vacation in Hawaii and says to a friend & # 39; you have to believe me, I got out & # 39; after I dropped & # 39; hoax & # 39; attack rates
- Empire actor was spotted during the animated conversation walking back and forth
- He could be heard saying, "I have done nothing of this. The charge has dropped & # 39;
- One spectator said: & # 39; He said: "Ryan, Ryan, you have to believe me" & # 39;
- Exclusive images from DailyMail.com allow Jussie (36) to walk around in a parking lot
- The Smollett family was having dinner at a nearby restaurant during the telephone conversation
- He is on vacation with his two sisters, brother-in-law and niece and nephew
- The star all smiled and photographed during a day at the beach last week
- Smollett was accused of attacking himself on January 29
- The case against him was suddenly and unexpectedly rejected last month
Jussie Smollett seemed tense during a hot phone call on his trip to Hawaii, and said to a friend & # 39; it's over, I left & # 39; after all charges against him were rejected.
The 36-year-old actor from the empire was spotted during the animated conversation walking back and forth and could be heard persistently: & # 39;I didn't do this. The charge has been withdrawn. & # 39;
In exclusive images from DailyMail.com, Jussie, dressed in a completely black outfit with white sneakers, can walk around in a parking lot. A spectator said: & # 39; He said: "Ryan, Ryan, you have to believe me". & # 39;
The star appeared tense during the conversation that took place during his family vacation to the islands and came to the beach only a few days after he was pictured with all smiles.
The Smollett family dined in a nearby restaurant during the phone call, according to eyewitnesses.
It was a big difference with the photos last week, where the actor laughed, talked to his sisters and unloaded a car for a fun day at the beach.
Jussie Smollett seemed tense during a hot phone call on his trip to Hawaii, and told a friend & # 39; it's over, I got out & & # 39; after all charges against him were rejected
The 36-year-old Empire actor was spotted during the animated conversation walking back and forth and could be heard persistently: & I have done none of this. The charge has been dropped & # 39;
The star seemed tense during the conversation that took place during his family vacation
Smollett, his two sisters, brother-in-law and niece and nephew were all seen at the Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park in Kailua on the Big Island last Wednesday, when the effects of his sensational Chicago affair raged.
The actor was last seen when he flew to Los Angeles within days of 16 crimes committed against the police after being accused of attacking himself on January 29 to try to reach Empire.
According to police, he paid Abel and Ola Osundairo to defeat him in what he then described as a racist, homophobic attack by two Trump-containing perpetrators. He has always maintained his innocence and insisted that he be attacked.
The case against him was questioned unexpectedly and unexpectedly by the state prosecution last month.
The legal outage saw prosecutor Kim Foxx, whose office was in charge of the probe, faced with repeated calls to resign over her handling of the case.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago Police Department chief inspector, Eddie Johnson, expressed their anger when her office decided to drop the case.
In the early stages of the investigation, she exchanged text messages with members of Smollett & # 39; s family and, at their request, tried to convince the Chicago PD to let the FBI take the lead.
Smollett was arrested in February for allegedly lying about the attack. Police say he paid Abel and Ola Osundairo to attack him and he thought he could use it as a lever to get a raise from Empire, a claim he denies
Foxx has defended its actions and those of its prosecutors.
The city of Chicago now claims Smollett after the actor refused to pay $ 130,106 in overtime worked by the police.
The Smollett team has never offered an alternative explanation as to why the brothers he knew and paid for personal training would attack him.
But his lawyer Mark Geragos responded to the letter from the city claiming that his threats & # 39; malicious & # 39; goods. It added that he & # 39; will not be intimidated & # 39; by the demands of the city.