The Grand Jury was notified it would hear the Jussie Smollett case Tuesday, but there is now a 50/50 chance it could be delayed for several days … law enforcement sources tell TMZ.
We broke the story, the Grand Jury will hear testimony, specifically targeting the actor, for allegedly filing a false police report.
Our sources say the 2 brothers who claim they carried out the staged attack at Jussie’s behest — will appear voluntarily. They have not been subpoenaed.
We’re also told the 2 brothers — Abel and Ola Osundairo — have not received immunity from prosecution, although we’re told they did not file a false police report or give false information to the cops. Law enforcement says Jussie is the one who lied.
Our sources say there may be a delay in the testimony, because cops want to make sure they have all the records necessary for Grand Jurors to reach a conclusion on whether to indict Smollett.
Lying on a police report can be a felony.