Notable Subway sandwich enthusiast Jussie Smollett was spotted protesting in front of Trump Tower in New York City on Sunday.
Smollett was spotted in an orange face mask and gray baseball cap while participating in a protest against unjustified police brutality.
He was identified by members of the media because of his unique "equal sign" tattoo on his right arm.
By evening, a large group of protesters erected a banner outside the tower on Fifth Avenue that read "Trump/Pence #OutNow," while another flag was hoisted that said "Revolution Now!"
Trump Tower has not only been at the center of protests in recent weeks, but a Black Lives Matter mural that is painted outside Trump Tower has been covered by counter-protesters a number of times in the last two weeks.
Smollett has come under heavy scrutiny for accusations that he staged a fake attack on himself in 2019, saying that the perpetrators hurled racial and homophobic slurs at him in Chicago as they assaulted him.
He is now facing down a $130,000 lawsuit from the city of the Chicago, where authorities have charged him with "lying and setting up the hoax attack," the Daily Mail reported.
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - FEBRUARY 21: Empire actor Jussie Smollett leaves Cook County jail after posting bond on February 21, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. Smollett has been accused with arranging a homophobic, racist attack against himself in an attempt to raise his profile because he was dissatisfied with his salary. (Photo by Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Images)