Marvel actor Jonathan Majors has filed a domestic violence complaint against ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari, accusing her of scratching and hitting him while she was drunk during a March argument that earned Majors assault and harassment charges.
Two days after the actor’s June 22 complaint, the NYPD issued an investigation card — or I-card — that gives cops probable cause to arrest Jabbari, a 30-year-old professional dancer, for assault, sources told The Post.
Priya Chaudhry, Majors’ attorney, said the NYPD’s search for Jabbari buttresses the lawyer’s long-held argument that the “Creed III” actor is the real victim of the pair’s stormy relationship.
“From the beginning, we have said Jonathan Majors is innocent and provably the victim here,” Chaudhry told The Post in a statement.
“Last week, for the first time, Mr. Majors met with the NYPD to present them with evidence of what really happened on that night,” the attorney continued. “Within hours of viewing the evidence, and conducting their own thorough investigation, the NYPD found probable cause to arrest Grace Jabbari for assaulting Jonathan Majors.”
An NYPD spokesperson declined to comment Tuesday, saying only that there had been no more arrests and the investigation was continuing.
Majors was in Manhattan court last week — clasping a Bible in one hand and new girlfriend Meagan Good in the other — for a hearing on the case, which goes to trial on Aug. 3.
Cops arrested the 33-year-old Hollywood star three months ago in his Chelsea apartment near West 22nd Street and Eighth Avenue in Manhattan after responding to a 911 call. Authorities later said Majors fought with Jabbari and left her with minor injuries on her head and neck.
She went to the hospital; Majors got arrested.
He was initially arraigned on six counts of third-degree assault, three counts of third-degree attempted assault and two counts of harassment.
Police released him, and the strangulation charge has since been dropped. But he still faces misdemeanor charges of assault and harassment.
But Chaudry has adamantly denied the allegations.
In legal filings obtained by The Post, Chaudry said a cab driver claims Jabbari attacked Majors on March 25 while she was trying to nab his phone on the way home from a bar in Brooklyn.
The driver also allegedly saw a woman “hitting, scratching and attacking” Majors, who asked him to stop the car so he could get out.
The driver’s story proves Majors didn’t hit or choke Jabbari “in any way, at any time, or even raise his voice,” Chaudhry said.
“Jonathan Majors is innocent and has not abused anyone,” the attorney claimed in a statement. “We have provided irrefutable evidence to the district attorney that the charges are false. We are confident that he will be fully exonerated.”
Later that night, Jabbari was caught by a security camera drinking and clubbing while using her right hand, which she later claimed Majors injured before they separated for the night.