(FILES) In this file photo taken on May 17, 2017, actor Jussie Smollett arrives on the red carpet ahead of Sir Ridley Scott's Hand and Footprint ceremony in front of the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, California. Two "potential suspects" are being interrogated in the probe of a black, openly gay US television actor's report that he was assaulted in a hate crime, police said Friday, February 15, 2019. Actor Jussie Smollett, of the television program "Empire," reported the early morning incident to police on January 29. The 36-year-old said two men beat him while he was walking on the streets of downtown Chicago at around 2:00 am, and yelled racial and homophobic slurs. / AFP / FREDERIC J. BROWN Image Credit: AFP

Attorneys for ‘Empire’ actor Jussie Smollett say there are no plans for him to meet with Chicago detectives Monday for a follow-up interview about his reported assault.

Anne Kavanagh is a spokeswoman for Smollett’s lawyers. She says in an emailed statement that his lawyers “will keep an active dialogue with Chicago police on his behalf.”

Smollett reported last month that he was physically attacked by two men who yelled homophobic and racial slurs. He said they also yelled he was in “MAGA Country,” an apparent reference to President Donald Trump’s campaign slogan.

Police said Saturday that the investigation had “shifted” after detectives questioned two brothers about the attack and released them without charges. Police say they’ve requested a follow-up interview with Smollett.

Smollett’s lawyers say the actor feels “victimised” by reports that he played a role in the assault.