Jussie Smollett’s Associates has asked prosecutor Kim Foxx to intervene if necessary. The Chicago Tribune reports that text messages and emails between prosecutor Kim Foxx and two of Jussie Smollett’s allies were transmitted online. Text messages and emails between Jussie Smollett’s allies and Kim Foxx reveal concerns about the police investigations. If you remember correctly, Foxx withdrew from the case after Smollett became the suspect in the case. On the same day, Foxx, an anonymous relative of Smollett, wrote to tell them that the case had been sent to the FBI. The first interaction took place between Michelle Obama’s former chief of staff, Tina Tchen, who sent an email to Foxx on behalf of Jussie’s family. However, when it became apparent today that the charges against him had been dropped, it turned out that he had a connection with the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, which keeps him informed of the ongoing investigation. It has been more than a month and a half since Jussie Smollett was first charged with a hate crime in Chicago. At this point, it is believed that Chicago police already had doubts about Smollett’s story and that she disclosed information about the case to the Department of Justice to investigate Kim Foxx’s involvement in the case. Tchen said t were “concerns” in the actor’s family about how the investigation was conducted. Although he received public support for the first time, the situation changed after he became a suspect in the case. Tchen received a response from Foxx in February after the charges were dropped, the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police asked the department, and I convinced him to turn to the FBI to ask if they could resume the investigation. First I said, “I talked to Superintendent Johnson.