Before Staging Hate Hoax, Jussie Smollett Reportedly Had Bathhouse Sessions With His ‘Attacker’

Washed up actor Jussie Smollett, the infamous hate hoax artist, was reportedly known to party with one of his phony assailants at a bathhouse known for its prominent gay clientele.

Smollett was partying with Abimbola “Abel” Osundairo, who along with his brother Olabinjo “Ola” Osundairo perpetrated the fake hate attack in Jan. 2019. Smollett reportedly paid $3,500 to the brothers to stage the attack.

Smollett claimed that his attackers were white and yelled “this is MAGA country” as they put a noose around his neck, and the fake news media and Hollywood community quickly rallied around the “Empire” actor as a victim. However, the story quickly fell apart and drew national attention to the troubling trend of hate hoaxes pushed by the Left across the country.

According to a report from the tabloid Page Six, Abel and Jussie’s were involved in a homosexual relationship and used to meet at the Chicago bathhouse to consummate that relationship.

“They used to party together and he had a sexual relationship with [Abel]. They went to this affluent Chicago bathhouse multiple times and they had to show ID. It’s known as a bathhouse where a lot of affluent black gay men hang out. There should be a record [of their visits],” the insider said to Page Six.

However, the lawyers for Abel and Ola launched a defamation suit in the past against Smollett’s lawyers Tina Glandian and Mark Geragos after they alleged the men were involved in homosexual relations with Smollett. They claimed that the homosexual smear could hurt their relatives back in Nigeria, where homosexuality can be punished by years in prison or even stoning in certain cases.

“We have sat back and watched lie after lie being fabricated about us in the media only so one big lie can continue to have life. These lies are destroying our character and our reputation in our personal and professional lives,” their attorney, Gloria Schmidt Rodriguez, read in a statement on behalf of Abel and Ola.

Rodriguez told Fox News that Abel and Ola “have no interest in bringing further attention to false statements,” and “they urge anyone interested in the facts of this lawsuit to read the court documents.”

Right now, Smollett remains in court having pleaded not guilty on six charges of disorderly conduct earlier this year. In spite of the overwhelming evidence showing that he is a fraud, Smollett maintains his complete innocence.

“I would not be my mother’s son if I was capable of one drop of what I was accused of,” Smollett said.