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The American touring production of "Jesus Christ Superstar" suspended James D. Beeks from its ensemble after he was arrested on charges related to the Jan. 6 attack on the US Capitol. The actress, who is the name of James T. Justis, portrayed Judas in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.

Beeks was apparently an affiliated group of the Far-right anti-government militias that participated in the Jan. 6 riots. When the company was not crossing the boards, Bek was "suspended" indefinitely pending the outcome of this hearing. The production is taking full advantage of its full cooperation while the investigation is ongoing.

Beeks is a Michael Jackson impersonator with Broadway credits such as Kinky Boots, Aida and Ragtime. He has also been charged with obstruction of Congress, which is also felony, as well as if he entered confined spaces illegally.

According to the FBI's criminal complaint, Beeks was arrested in Milwaukee this week, where the Jesus Christ Superstar performed. According with his arrest warrant, He participated in the attack on the Capitol while wearing a BAD world tour jacket. As part of riots, he had resisted the operation, and was part enlisted in stacking the Senate chamber.

Beeks was observed in early November 2021 at the performances of the "Jesus Christ Superstar" in San Francisco and Los Angeles. In addition, authorities linked social media posts featuring Beels in the BAD jacket with surveillance photos of a rioter wearing the same coat.

Beeks was listed as a cast member on Tuesday, as part of the Jesus Christ Superstar, but his bio has now been removed from the shows site and he plays Judas as new actor.

Beeks said that he was working on a book called HisStory about his experiences as 'a foster child' in an October interview with Equality365. He also described the influence that Jackson had on his career.

I went to the Michael Jackson concert and saw him live when I was younger, Beeks said. I remember thinking: I want to do this, but didn't know how or when.

Beeks made an appearance in federal court in Milwaukee and was released pending further proceedings.