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Jussie Smollet FIRED From EMPIRE - Begged To Keep His Job
Smollett's face is blurred but he's seen holding the long white rope nose around his neck
Smollett came under scrutiny for the alleged attack on January 29 around 2am after no surveillance video footage of the incident was found.
Police later determined that he staged the attack and charged him with filing a false police report. Those charges were then later dropped by Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx.
Smollett still maintains he never fabricated the attack.
Moment Osundairo brothers meet Jussie Smollett on night of attack
One video included in Monday's release shows the Osundairo brothers, 25 and 27, in a taxi on their way to meet Smollett on January 29, wearing hooded jackets and covering their faces. One is seen wearing a ski mask.
Their car ride took place at 1.22am and the alleged attack took place at 2am.
In that clip the two men are seen riding in silence until one tells the driver to keep the change after paying the $9.25 fare in cash.
They noticeably try to conceal their faces from the dashcam and exit without incident. They didn't appear to be carrying any items with them in the vehicle.
The brothers were dropped off near South Water Street where they are believed to have met up with the Empire actor.
Moment Osundairo brothers run from scene of Smollett 'attack'
The two were caught on camera just a minute after the alleged 2am attack
A third surveillance video taken on January 29 at 2.01am allegedly shows the Osundairo brothers running outside on South Water Street near the attack site.
The two are seen sprinting about a minute after the alleged attack took place.
The footage comes from the inside of a building on the street. The footage was captured about 40 minutes after the taxi let them out on South Water Street.
Moment Osundairo brothers are arrested at airport for alleged attack
A fourth video released Monday shows the moment cops arrest the Osundairo brothers on February 14 on the tarmac at the Chicago O'Hare international airport after returning from a trip to Nigeria.
During the arrest the two appear to be silent and cooperate with officers as they're escorted to a squad car and put their luggage inside.
The two were initially charged with battery and then released without charge after confessing to their role in the hoax.
In a breakthrough in the case on February 16 the brothers told detectives that Smollett paid them to participate in the attack and they purchased the rope used for Smollett's noose at the Crafty Beaver hardware store. When police raided their home they found ropes, masks and bleach matching those described in the attack.
Both spent the days immediately after their release holed up with police minders at a hotel inside the Chicago Loop to prevent them contacting or being contacted by Smollett.
The brothers have since filed a federal defamation lawsuit against Smollett's attorneys, claiming that they blamed the brothers for the attack.
Moment Ola Osundairo arrives at police station and asks 'What's going on?'
This bottle of hot sauce contained the bleach the brothers poured on Smollett's sweatshirt