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THE TRUTH IS NEAR: Brothers Arrested in Smollett Case Will Spill the Beans

According to their lawyer Gloria Schmidt, the Nigerian brothers arrested in the Jussie Smollett case are going to tell their story.

While Schmidt stopped short of saying they will reveal the attack was a hoax, she said there were lots of “moving parts” and did not deny it was a hoax.

In any case, it is looking like the truth will come out.

From TMZ

The lawyer for the 2 men who were arrested and then released in connection with the alleged attack on Jussie Smollett says the new evidence that has changed this case is something her clients told cops.

Attorney Gloria Schmidt was at the Chicago police station Friday night, after her clients, Olaand Abel Osundairo, were released from custody. Schmidt said the “new evidence” that triggered the release of her clients was something they knew and presumably told cops.

Our photog asked Schmidt flat out if the “attack” was staged, and she answered obliquely, saying there were moving parts and she didn’t want to speculate.

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As we reported, Ola and Abel both worked on “Empire,” and Abel was especially friendly with Jussie.

And, something else interesting … she wouldn’t answer why her clients went to Nigeria the day of the alleged attack, but added it was a “great question.”

She said she didn’t want to speak for her clients because they had a story to tell “when the time is right.” That clearly sounds like they have inside information about what went down at Jussie’s apartment building.

CNN reported two men who were being questioned in connection with an attack reported by “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett have been released without charge, the Chicago Police Department said Friday.

The men, who were arrested Wednesday, were released “due to new evidence as a result of today’s interrogations,” said Chicago police Chief Communications Officer Anthony Guglielmi. “And detectives have additional investigative work to complete.”
The men arrested were the same two who police previously said were being viewed as “potential suspects,” Tom Ahern, Chicago police communications deputy director said earlier Friday.
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