The City of Chicago is calling for Empire actor Jussie Smollett to cover the costs of the investigation into the attack he reported in January. The city sent a letter to Smollett’s attorneys, demanding that he pay the more than 130-thousand-dollars spent on police overtime hours in the probe. If the money isn’t paid in a timely fashion, the city’s law department may prosecute the actor for making a false statement to the city. Smollett’s lawyers responded by saying their client has paid enough and that Mayor Emanuel and Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson owe him an apology.