Today (Dec. 18), a New York jury found Jonathan Majors guilty of assault in the third degree and guilty of harassment.
The Creed III star was only convicted of two out of the four charges against him. The six-person jury found him not guilty of one of the counts in assault in the third degree and not guilty of aggravated harassment in second degree. His sentencing is set to be held on Tuesday, Feb. 6.
Majors faced charges of assault, aggravated harassment and harassment after he called 911 back in March, when he said he found his ex-partner Grace Jabbari unconscious in their apartment. The 34-year-old ended up getting arrested after law enforcement found bursies -- a laceration behind her ear and a bruised and fractured finger -- on Jabbari. He pleaded not guilty to all charges.