There are a few things we already know about Jason Momoa: The man loves to wear everything in pink, he shaves his beard for a good cause, and in the early awakenings his gaze changed from purist to harsh , But as you've gone through his epic style and evolution, you may have noticed the big scar on his eyebrow that came out of nowhere in the '00s. Strangely enough, the scar appeared around the time the action star began taking on some of his biggest roles. Where did that come from? Is there a connection here?
The story is much more interesting than any action-stunt-goed-wrong moment. No, it was not a surfing accident or a haka performance in the wrong place and at the wrong time. It was far more dangerous than when Momoa told Access Hollywood in 201
In November 2008, before Conan the Barbarian or his role as Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones the Stargate Atlantis actor fell into an altercation with one A man he claims was part of a gang initiative called Dominic Bando at the Bird Cafe in Hollywood.
NBC Los Angeles reported that Bando had been charged with assaulting him with a deadly weapon (and no guilty plea), which prompted Momoa to undergo a reconstructive operation. But do not feel bad for the Aquaman star. Bando suffered four injuries on his hand, which required 15 stitches, and was eventually sentenced to five years in prison.
"It just stops growing there," Jason said in his Access Hollywood interview about the permanent scar. "I got my wife before, so … if she does not like it, too bad, she likes it." Lisa Bonet is not the only one who liked it because Momoa blamed the scar for helping him, his hard to land action-packed roles with his new image as a badass.