By Ann Brown
There’s a new twist to the Jussie Smollett case. A special prosecutor is now investigating the handling of the former “Empire” actor’s case in Chicago and has asked for a year’s worth of Smollett’s digital footprint.
“An Illinois judge has ordered Google to turn over a year’s worth of digital information belonging to the actor as part of a special prosecutor’s investigation into the controversial handling of the actor’s reportedly false complaint of a racist attack in Chicago,” The Huffington Post reported.
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Investigators filed two search warrants seeking data such as photos, messages, and geolocation information stored in Gmail accounts linked to Smollett and his manager Frank Gatson from November 2018 to November 2019.
In 2018, Smollett, “who is Black and openly gay, first claimed that two Click here to read entire article