Actor Jussie Smollett turned over his phone records to the Chicago Police Department 13 days after he claimed he was assaulted on a Chicago street by supporters of President Donald Trump.

Smollett said he was on the phone with his manager when he was attacked, but he initially refused a police request to hand over his phone records, Page Six reported.

While he did provide them Monday, the records were “limited and redacted,” according to WLS.

“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. Detectives may be following up with him to request additional data to corroborate the investigative timeline,” police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said, calling the redactions “extreme.”

Police are likely to require more information from Smollett, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Nearly 2 Weeks After Alleged Hate Crime, Smollett Hands Over ‘Limited And Redacted’ Phone Records

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