Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. will spin himself in to New York City military on Thursday to face allegations after he groped a lady during a Manhattan night spot, his counsel said.
Gooding, a Oscar-winning star of Jerry Maguire is approaching to face a assign stemming from an purported occurrence over a weekend during Magic Hour Rooftop Bar Lounge, counsel Mark Heller said.
A 29-year-old lady told police, Gooding grabbed her b****t while he was inebriated around 11:15 p.m. on Sunday.
Gooding, 51, denies a allegations.
He told TMZ that he was during a bar merrymaking with friends though didn’t hold anyone. He pronounced there’s a video that shows “what unequivocally happened.”
“I trust a complement and will let a routine pronounce for itself,” Gooding said.
Gooding will obey to a NYPD special victims section that’s heading a review before going to justice for an arraignment, Heller said. The counsel approaching Gooding to make a matter to a media before removing booked.
Video posted on amicable media uncover Gooding during Magic Hour on Sunday night singing a Journey strike “Faithfully” and posing for cinema with fans.
The bar, on a roof of a Moxy Hotel south of Times Square, facilities a mini-golf march and unconditional views of a Empire State Building and other Big Apple landmarks.
Gooding, a Bronx native, rose to celebrity after starring in Boyz N a Hood in 1991.
Six years later, he won an Oscar for his purpose as a veteran football actor in Jerry Maguire. His signature line, “Show me a money,” became a renouned catchphrase.
Gooding was nominated for an Emmy Award final year for personification O.J. Simpson in a FX array “The People v. O.J. Simpson” and recently seemed on Broadway and London’s West End as counsel Billy Flynn in Chicago.