'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett reportedly denied that the Osundairo brothers could have been his attackers because they were "Black as sin."
The full case file on Smollett was ordered to be unsealed by a judge last week, and now the case has been made public.
The documents include hundreds of pages of interviews, records and logs, including one interview done with Smollett on February 14, after the Osundairo brothers were taken into custody. But Smollett denied that Osundairos were his attackers.
The names in the files have been redacted - but we all know who was involved in the case by now.
The document states, “Victim [name redacted] realized that the photos he viewed were of the persons that were in custody at this time. Victim [name redacted] said it can’t be them, ‘They are black as sin.'”
He also said, “They are straight so we don’t have any problems with women or men. They did not owe me any money, I don’t owe them any money. We have a good relationship.”