In the days after he allegedly staged a racist attack on himself, Jussie Smollett has googled more than 50 times, records show.
Between January 30 and February 10, Smollett searched for his name and "Juss." According to a review of his computer research by the Chicago police, which was part of a large number of documents in the case published on Monday, 57 times. 29, as an investigator later reported, was a joke that should "drive his career".
On January 30 alone, he looked seven times.
The TV star's web protocols showed he was keeping an eye on the investigation, visiting local retail outlets, and reading about a post-reporter at the scene of the alleged crime for a bleach-smelling bottle of hot sauce found the records published by Windy City cops.
Smollett, 37, has been brought to justice for alleged staging of the hate crime b They paid two brothers, Ola and Abel Osundairo, for the execution of the attack $ 3,500.
The indictment was later unexpectedly dropped at an unannounced hearing by Cook County Prosecutor Kim Foxx and her office.
Recordings were released Monday by the Chicago Police The night included hours of footage related to the case, including a video in which Smollett spoke with the noose he'd used around the neck during the attack.
Another video shows the Osundairo brothers on the back of a taxi with their In the minutes before the alleged crackdown, the hoods were tied tightly around their faces.