Jonathan Majors Accused of Taking Dangerous Steroid on 'Creed 3' Set After Domestic Violence Arrest

Following allegations that he strangled his girlfriend during an altercation in New York City, a source suspects that the actor was using a very strong anabolic steroid known as Tren that could lead to emotional instability.

AceShowbiz - Jonathan Majors is suspected of using anabolic steroid during alleged assault on his girlfriend. Following his domestic violent arrest over the weekend, the actor was accused of taking dangerous steroid while filming "Creed III".

The drug is believed to be what has led to his outburst during an argument with the woman he was dating. "He was taking [steroids] while filming ['Creed III']. I can't say what he was taking, but people on staff were saying that he was on tren," a source, who allegedly worked with the 33-year-old hunk on set of the movie, tells Media Take Out.

Tren, or trenbolone acetate, is a popular synthetic anabolic steroid that's estimated to be three to five times more potent than testosterone, according to the outlet. The FDA does not allow its use on human beings and it is only available to use on cattle.

However, it is being illegally utilized by athletes to amplify muscle strength and mass. It's regarded as a high risk, high reward steroid. The use of the drug comes with a ton of very scary side effects. In addition to it damaging the male reproductive system, Tren can lead to severe emotional instability and possible psychosis.

Trenbolone is notorious for increasing "aggression" and having severe negative impact on the user's mental health. Tren users claim that the drug causes a very serious case of "roid rage," and frequent users of Tren can be subject to psychotic breaks.

Speculation previously arose that Jonathan used steroids after he gained 15lbs in 18 months for his "Creed III" role. "I am beginning to suspect that Jonathan Majors may be using anabolic steroids," one person wrote on Twitter last year. Another chimed in, "Jonathan Majors did a wheelbarrow full of steroids for Creed III."

The "Lovecraft Country" star, however, has explained that his body transformation was the result of rigorous training and diet regimen he followed. He revealed that he consumed a whopping 6,100 calories per day, which is equivalent to six full meals.

The "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania" star said he took his role as Killian Maddox very seriously and gave it his all when it came to his training. He followed an intense workout routine, which included two sessions of two hours each day, and even added a third session after filming.

Jonathan was arrested on Saturday morning, March 25 after an alleged domestic dispute with his girlfriend. He is being accused of slapping his partner when she tried to view the messages before putting his hands around her neck, ultimately resulting in visible injuries. Among them were a "laceration behind her ear, redness, and marks to her face."

Jonathan has been charged with two counts of assault in the third degree, aggravated harassment and attempted assault. His rep, however, has insisted that "he has done nothing wrong," adding, "We look forward to clearing his name and clearing this up."

His defense lawyer is also confident that "all charges will be dropped" in the case. The attorney added, "All the evidence proves that Mr. Majors is entirely innocent and did not assault her whatsoever. Unfortunately, this incident came about because this woman was having an emotional crisis, for which she was taken to a hospital yesterday."

Although Jonathan maintains his innocence, U.S. Army pulled his "Be All You Can Be" ad campaign in the wake of his domestic violence arrest. Two ads featuring the actor had been released prior to the assault allegations.

"The U.S. Army is aware of the arrest of Jonathan Majors and we are deeply concerned by the allegations surrounding his arrest," the public affairs chief for the Army Enterprise Marketing Office, said in a statement on Sunday. "While Mr. Majors is innocent until proven guilty, prudence dictates that we pull our ads until the investigation into these allegations is complete."

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