Jussie Smollett Googled Himself 57 Times After Alleged Attack

The Chicago Police Department released a ton of evidence from the Jussie Smollett case on Monday, and so far, things aren't looking great for him.

One of the most interesting things found in his computer records is that he searched either “Jussie Smollett” or “Juss” 57 times on Google in the days after his alleged attack (January 30th through February 10th).

A report says he read stories about his creative director speaking out on the alleged hate crime and police tracking down where the rope used for the noose was purchased.

The evidence also revealed that Jussie got a text message from one of the Osundairo brothers on the day of the attack that said, “Bruh say it ain't true. I'm praying for speedy recovery. Sh*t is wild.” 

A special prosecutor has also been called to look into Cook County prosecutor Kim Foxx’s work in the case.

Jussie may have thought that he got off easy - but it looks like his problems are far from over.

(via Daily Mail)

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