911 Calls From Jussie Smollett Case Released to Public

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Published on June 6, 2019 - Duration: 01:13s

911 Calls From Jussie Smollett Case Released to Public

911 Calls From Jussie Smollett Case Released to Public Two 911 calls made on the night of Jussie Smollett’s alleged attack were released on June 5.

The ‘New York Post’ obtained the recordings through a Freedom of Information Act request.

The caller, identified by the ‘New York Post’ as Smollett’s creative manager, Frank Gatson, called authorities on Smollett’s behalf around 2am on January 29.

Frank Gatson, via ‘New York Post’ Authorities then asked Gatson if Smollett required medical attention, to which he replied that he thought Smollett was just “startled.” Frank Gatson, via ‘New York Post’ The 911 dispatcher then alerted the police and ended the call.

The second call occurred minutes later when Gatson called again and asked if the police were on their way.

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