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Empire star Jussie Smollet attacked,security increased

Empire star Jussie Smollet has on Monday been attacked by two unknown men and sustained minor injuries.

The actor come singer is said to have arrived late from New York and made a 2 AM run for food at the Subway.

It was at this time that two men wearing white and ski masks attacked him, beat him up, put a rope around his neck and poured bleach on his face.

Extra security is said to have been provided to the actor as a letter come in to Fox studios addressed to Smollet with homophobic content.

Smollet is said to have turned down the extra security saying that It will make him live an intrusive way of life.

On Tuesday Jussie is said to have missed shooting as he nursed injuries obtained from the Monday incident.

Plans have already been made by Fox to accommodate Jussie in the next shoot.

Investigations have already been launched on the letter and to determine if the letter and the attack are in any way connected.

No arrests have so far been made.

Empire star Jussie Smollet attacked,security increased
Slavian Mwangecho
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