Jussie Smollett was released on Wednesday.
The caller phoned on Smollett's behalf just after 2:20 a.m. on Jan. 29, according to the New York Post, which has received the Freedom of Information Act request. Frank Gatson, Smollett's creative manager.
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"I work with an artist – I do not really wanted to say his name – but hey states that [redaction] he went to subway, he was walking around and some guys somebody jumped him or something like that, and i just wanna report it and make sure that he's all right, " the caller told a 91
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When asked if Smollett needed medical attention, the caller said : "I just think he's started. I'm scared and I do not know what it is. They put a noose around his neck. They did not do anything with it, but put it around his neck. That's pretty f-ked up to me – sorry for saying it like that. "
Smollett, 36, What reluctant to file a police report, the caller said, adding that he sure did his client did so.  The dispatcher said she was alerted to her location, and the call ended.
Smollett told investigators he was He said they are "who is black and openly gay."
Smollett, who is black and openly gay
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Cook County prosecutors charged
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson blasted the decision, calling it a "whitewash of justice." Investigators said Smollett staged
The city is now the embattled actor for the $ 130,000 in overtime costs associated with investigating the case
Lee Daniels, co-creator and executive producer for "Empire," said Tuesday that Smollett would not be returning for the show's sixth and final season.