It was recently detailed that Jussie Smollett made a $3,500 check to two Nigerian siblings to arrange his despise wrongdoing assault, however at this point the pair have affirmed the check was for a preparation program.

As per TMZ, the $3,500 look at made to Abel Osundairo, 25, and his sibling Ola Osundairo, 27, who are jocks was for preparing to set up the previous Empire on-screen character for a forthcoming music video shoot.

Abel and Ola’s lawyer, Gloria Schmidt, told TMZ the $3,500 check was pay for a preparation and sustenance program intended to enable Smollett to beef up for a music video.

Schmidt denied a correspondent’s proposal that the siblings could be in legitimate peril on the off chance that they deceived police about the check.

“In no way, shape or form,” Schmidt said. “I don’t have a clue what the investigators have said or not stated, however I know as far as their lawful examination, they’re in no risk.”

She said Smollett “exploited” the Osundairo siblings. “What this case truly is about is an individual in a place of trust who truly sold out my customers and exploited them.”

The Empire star had told police that two Trump supporters assaulted him and hollered supremacist and homophobic slurs while pouring fade on him and tying a rope around his neck outside his apartment suite on Jan. 29.

The 36-year-old was captured on Feb. 20 and accused of one lawful offense tally of deceiving the police. He additionally deals with government indictments of mailing a compromising letter to himself.

Chicago PD Superintendent, Eddie Johnson blamed the performing artist for paying the siblings $3,500 to enable him to organize the assault. They advised police Smollett guaranteed to pay them an extra $500 when they came back from an outing to Africa.

Jussie Smollett is expected back in court on March 14.

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