The move by Majors’ longtime manager, which Deadline attributed to several unnamed sources, comes after the public relations firm The Lede Co. also parted ways with him, and design house Valentino “mutually” agreed with him that he would not attend the Met Gala as its guest, the outlet added.
Variety confirmed Entertainment 360′s move, noting Majors was “removed as a client last month.”
Majors was charged with strangulation, assault and harassment in a domestic dispute with a 30-year-old woman.
His lawyer said Majors is “provably the victim of an altercation with a woman he knows” and released text messages from the woman to provide context.
Majors is still represented by William Morris Endeavor, Deadline reported.
HuffPost did not immediately hear back from Entertainment 360, WME or Majors’ listed publicist, who works for The Lede Co.
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