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Bryshere Gray, an actor on the popular show” Empire,” has found himself in some legal trouble.

Gray pleaded guilty in his domestic violence case. According to his plea bargain, The actor will be sentenced to 10 days in Arizona county jail and three years of probation. He will not be allowed any alcohol and contact with the victim.

The victim is Candace Jimdar. According to Goodyear officers, they arrived on the scene and found a  wounded Jimdar. Jimdar told investigators that she confronted him after seeing messages from other girls on his cell phone.

“Gray called them fake,” said Jimdar

This is when, according to Jimdar, Gray attacks her with the intent to kill her. This is where she alleges she was punched more than 100 times, choked, and then Gray proceeded to pull a knife on her.

Police were met with an irate Gray, who barricaded himself in the house till he finally surrendered the next morning at 7 am

In an interview with police, the actor went on further about the situation.

“I have a career, I am an Artist, I have a lot of things to lose,” said Gary

Gary was a street performer and produced music to make ends meet. Gary soon came to the limelight after getting his first real serious acting gig as Hakeem Lyon in Empire.

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Gray would engage Jimdar in 2019.

“We have an open relationship as well, so I allow her to have a boyfriend because I am really busy,” said Gary.

Jimdar would say in the interview with police; he suffered him ADHD and Bipolar disorder, which may be responsible for his strange outburst of anger.

As the interview with the Goodyear authorities went on, Gray’s story began to fall apart. In his story, he would change names and places.

The authorities told him they would start looking for doorbell footage of the neighbors to find out if he was lying.

Gray replied, “They don’t do those kinds of things.”

The authorities would later confirm through doorbell cameras where he was.

After the altercation, Jimdar would then be released with non-life threaten injuries.

Gray was arrested and booked into Maricopa County jail on assault, aggravated assault, and disorderly conduct charges. Additional charges of kidnapping and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon were dropped for accepting the plea bargain.

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