A man says that he helped the stage attack to recover the boxing title


All prosecutors fell against the star “Empire” Jussie Smollett and some officers are not satisfied with the decision.

CHICAGO (AP) – One of two brothers says that Jussie Smollett has paid them to help him combat racist, anti-gay in his own face and that he won an amateur boxing title in Chicago.

The Chicago Tribune reports that Abimbola succeeded "Abel" Osundairo to become Chicago's Golden Gloves hero with the technical implementation of Friday night at a stadium in the Chicago suburb of Cicero. Osundairo won the new novice division at the 178-pound limit.

The police say that Osundairo and his brother told investigators in February that the actor "Empire" paid them to help January 29 attack in central Chicago because he was unhappy with his wages on Fox's TV show and that he wanted to promote his career.

Abimbola "Abel" Osundairo, right, tackles Xavier Morales in a 178-pound semifinal contest at a Golden Gloves boxing competition March 21, 2019, at Cicero Stadium in Cicero, Ill. (Photo: Chicago Tribune, TNS via Getty Images)

The police have said that the brothers and prospective actors who knew Smollett. Their evidence resulted in criminal charges against Smollett, who fell in March.

Smollett maintains that the attack was real.

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