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Chicago police question two people in Jussie Smollett's attack

The police began to question them, said Chicago spokesman Anthony Gullielmi.

The star of Empire told the authorities that he was attacked in the beginning of January 29 by two men who shouted "racial and homophobic insults." Smollett claims that an assailant has put a rope around his neck and poured an unknown chemical on it before he escapes.

"These people are not yet suspected, but they were in the concern area and questioned" Thursday in a tweed. "The investigation continues."

"People who are interested are supposed to be in the area where crime was reported," Gullielmi said in a subsequent tweed. "They are not considered suspects at the moment, as they are currently being questioned by detectives."

The police previously issued surveillance photographs of two people who were said to be wanted for interrogation.

Smollett gave his first detailed account of the attack on Good Morning America on Thursday morning, saying it was "forever changed" by him.

"I do not agree with the idea that everything is happening for reason," he told Robin Roberts of ABC, "but I agree with the idea that we have the right and the responsibility to make something meaningful to the things that happened with good and bad. "

The 36-year-old said he was on the phone with his manager and crossed the junction when he heard someone say," Empire! "

When he did not answer -" My name is not "Empire," said Smolett, "he said he had heard someone crying for racial dirt. "So I turned around and said," What I told you just told me, "and I see the assailant is masked," Smilet said, looking emotional. "He said," This MAGA party n **** r "and he hit me in the face, so I hit my back. "

  Jussie Smollett gives details of her attack and says she's" forever changed "