CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said there’s a lot more evidence that hasn’t been presented in the Jussie Smollett case.

And it doesn’t support the “Empire” actor’s version of what happened.

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“It’s not the Chicago police saying he did something, It’s the evidence, the facts and the witnesses that are saying this. Our job is to investigate it,” said Johnson.

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He told ABC News the case against Smollett didn’t come together until two brothers became cooperating witnesses. They said Smollett paid them $3,500 to carry out the staged attack.

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Smollett has maintained his innocence and is out on bond.