Actor Mykelti Williamson Acquitted Of Attempted Manslaughter For Stabbing Ex-Wife's Companion

September 1998
Jet;09/28/98, Vol. 94 Issue 18, p37
Reports that a jury acquitted actor, Mykelti Williamson, for attempting manslaughter of his wife's companion, Leroy Edwards. Reference to the Award-winning movie `Forrest Gump,' which Williamson starred in; Circumstances surrounding Williamson's trial; When Williamson was charged; Testimony of Williamson.


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