There will also be a status hearing on Thursday, Jan 27.
In December, a jury found Smollett guilty on the first five counts, and he was acquitted on a sixth count of lying to a detective weeks after he said he was attacked.
He was found guilty of telling a police officer he was a hate crime victim, telling an officer he was a battery victim, telling a detective he was a hate crime victim, telling a detective he was a battery victim and then telling a detective again he was battery victim. He was not found guilty on a sixth charge of telling a second detective he was an aggravated battery victim.
The actor's conviction was announced in early Dec. 2021.
The ordeal began in early 2019, when Smollett reported that he had been attacked by two men that used racial and homophobic slurs against him.
Police began to suspect the legitimacy of the report and Smollett was eventually charged with disorderly conduct for filing a false police report.
In March 2019, the charges against Smollett were dropped and he was asked to reimburse the city of Chicago for its pricey investigation into the matter.
A special investigator was again assigned to the matter to investigate why the charges were dropped, and Smollett was hit with the new charges in early 2020 and pleaded not guilty.
Smollett's attorneys have expressed their intention to appeal the verdict, and have said they're "confident" they will be met with success.
The renewed investigation found internal trouble as well, as Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx was accused of lying about whether she was in contact with Smollett's sister and of violating legal ethics, according to the investigator's report, which was made public at the special prosecutor's suggestion.
Fox News Digital has reached out to Smollett's attorney for comment.
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