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Disgraced actor  has seen the end of his career following Thursday's guilty verdict that he planned the fake racist and homophobic attack on himself in 2019, according to PR experts. <br>Smollett, 39, was found guilty on five of six charges of disorderly conduct for lying to  Police that he was attacked for being a gay black man two years ago.  He faces a maximum of 20 years in prison.<br>'The guilty decision by the jurors is likely a death sentence for his career,' Evan Nierman, CEO of crisis PR firm Red Banyan, told.<br>Howard Breuer, CEO of Newsroom PR, went further and said 'Hollywood will never uncancel' the former Empire star. <br>'Hollywood is well aware that Smollett has betrayed the LGBTQ and Black communities in such a way that it might actually incur a backlash from those communities if it gives Smollett another chance,' Breuer told Fox.  <br>'Smollett now joins Bill Cosby, Matt Lauer and Kevin Spacey upon the Mount Rushmore of the indelibly canceled.'  <br>      (image:  )    Jussie Smollett (center) was found guilty of five counts of lying to police on Thursday and faces a maximum 20 year prison sentence<br>      (image:  )        (image:  )  Howard Breuer (left) and Evan Nierman, PR experts in crisis management, said there was no coming back for Smollett's career following the guilty verdict<br>      (image:  )      Jussie Smollett sits in the back of a car with his mother, Janet, after the jury made its decision<br>Nierman and Howard added that Smollett's story sent a message to all that if they try to take advantage of victimhood and make false allegations, they, too, would be cancelled forever by the public. <br>'His story has become a tragic cautionary tale of how to orchestrate not only a fake racist attack, but also the total destruction of your own future,' Nierman said. <br>Smollett stood rigid and showed no emotion as the guilty verdicts were read out in the Chicago courtroom by Judge James Linn on Thursday. <br>He then scuttled out of court with his family, refusing to answer questions, and he is yet to make a public comment.  His sentencing date has not yet been set.<br>  RELATED ARTICLES                  Share this article Share    After Smollett left the courthouse, prosecutor  tore him to shreds in front of the media and a crowd of people who had gathered for the verdict. <br>He shamed Smollett for wasting police time and said while the Chicago Police Department was not 'perfect', it had worked tirelessly to solve his claims and took him seriously.  <br>'For Mr Smollett to get up and lie for hours and hours, that really compounded his misconduct,' said Webb, reminding journalists that 26 police officers spent 3,000 hours probing the fake attack against Smollett in a bid to help the disgraced actor find the people who he falsely claimed attacked him.<br>Gloria Schmidt, the attorney for brothers Abel and Ola Osundairo - who Smollett paid to attack him - then took the mic.<br>'People will forgive you.  It is time to cut the act. Just come clean. What I know of you, what I personally know of you, interacting with you in the court proceedings is that you are a warm person, you seem to be a generous person. You always greeted me and my staff. I personally forgive you and I know many other people will too,' she said.   <br>
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