7 additional women accuse actor Cuba Gooding Jr of sexual misconduct
Cuba Gooding (PHOTO:GETTY/GALLO IMAGES)
women have come out and accused Oscar winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr of sexual
According to court documents obtained by E! News, the accusations leveled against Gooding jr, which
date back to 2003 include, unwanted touching, groping and kissing without
documents reveal that the 51-year-old actor, who is currently
involved in an ongoing case of sexual misconduct, allegedly brought a woman
to concert in 2009, and when they were in an isolated passageway, he then
advanced by kissing her without her consent while walking her out.
pushed him away and said “no” it is further alleged that he forcefully pushed
his hand into her crotch area and placed his fingers on her on her anus, his
force causing her to rip, only for him to release her when she bit his cheek.
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incident alleged to have occurred in Atlanta in 2011, the actor was accused of
sliding his hand down the inside of another women’s pants and cupping her butt
without her consent. The documents further allege that in 2016, the A Few
Good Men star grabbed another woman’s vagina twice without her consent at a
restaurant in Malibu and that on a different day, he allegedly placed his hand
on her crotch “in a swiping motion”.
to the star’s lawyer, Mark Heller, “Cuba Gooding Jr has denied the allegations.
further says in his statement, “Unfortunately, people come out of the woodwork,
making false allegations against Cuba, as often time happens when a celebrity
is accused by the District Attorney’s Office in a Public Forum.
the total number of women who’ve spoken out and accused Gooding Jr of sexual
misconduct to twenty-two according to reports by Vanity Fair.
The judge will
make a ruling in January on whether to allow or disallow all the uncharged
allegations into the case against him. This comes after prosecutors admitted 12
“Molinuex witnesses” in October, known as such because they are uncharged acts.
Vanity Fair, E! News, Washington