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Jonathan Majors was shocked and afraid when he heard his conviction.

CelebrityJonathan Majors was shocked and afraid when he heard his conviction.

Jonathan Majors opened up in his first interview on "Good Morning America" a month after he was convicted for the assault of his ex- partner. Majors was found guilty of third-degree assault and second-degree harassment. Majors is awaiting sentencing on the charges on Feb. 6. Majors did not testify during the trial but said that he made a mistake when he picked up Jabbari and forced her into a taxi. Majors said he believes race played a role in his arrest and conviction. He said that if you reverse the video of Majors and Jabbari's altercation, a Black man is going to be shot and killed in the streets of New York City. Majors "continues to take no accountability for his actions" according to the attorney for the man. Majors is confident that he will return to acting someday, but he is still steadfast in his innocence.

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