Smollett turned over the records 13 days after his alleged assault - following a report in The Post that he was holding them back - but they were a "heavily redacted" PDF of his call log from within an hour of the attack at 11:28 PST Monday, a spokesperson for the "Empire" star and Chicago police said.
Police requested Smollett's phone records upon beginning the investigation into what Smollett described as a racist and homophobic attack that included the alleged assaulters tying a rope around his neck.
As for the phone records, Guglielmi said, "We are very appreciative of the victim's cooperation, however, the records provided do not meet the burden for a criminal investigation as they were limited and heavily redacted".
Last week, a spokesman for the Chicago Police Department said Jussie would be charged with a crime if it is found that he filed a false police report.
CBS Chicago and other local outlets report that Johnson still wants Smollett treated as a victim, but will pursue charges against the actor if the case is proven to be a hoax.
In addition to that, Smollett had yet to turn over his cell phone records to confirm and verify that he was on the phone with his manager, Brandon Moore, who claimed he heard the attackers yell, "MAGA Country". "Detectives may be following up with him to request additional data to corroborate the investigative timeline".
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Although police have since asked for help from the public in identifying two persons of interest from surveillance recordings near the site of the attack near the time it occurred. Muhammad reportedly lives in the same high-rise as Smollett. "They have cameras everywhere".
No arrests have been made.
Smollett told authorities he was on the phone with his manager when he was attacked.
According to police, Smollett was found with stained clothing and "white rope draped around" his neck, as he explained an unknown chemical, presumably bleach, was poured on him in the attack. "Why can't they find the attack?"
After reporting the incident to police and conducting an initial interview with them, Smollett drove to Northwestern Hospital to be seen by doctors.
Investigators have pored over surveillance footage from the neighborhood, but have yet to recover any images of the reported attack - which became national news in a matter of hours and spurred Congressman Bobby Rush to write to the director of the FBI to ask him to open a hate crime investigation. The cutout letters read, "You will die black f**".