Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. was arrested on Thursday for allegedly looking for a wife in a Manhattan bar on Sunday. The actor did not plead guilty and was released without bail.
Attorney Mark J. Heller, representing Mr. Gooding, told reporters that his client was "completely confident" and "completely relieved". According to the New York Post.
"There is no crime attributed to Cuba Gooding Jr.," Heller said, adding that he was "shocked and appalled" by the criminal prosecution of Gooding, even after the police On Tuesday, Gooding told the TMZ that the surveillance video from the bar would relieve him. it will show "what really happened, and that's the most important thing," he said.
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Then an unidentified man goes over and talks to Gooding, De Niro and the Prosecutor; The group soon talks apparently without argument.
"About 30 minutes later … Cuba and Claudine sat down on a couch and rumbled in. A man who is said to be providing security for the bar was when the prosecutor approached him and began to argue, He stood next to the couch, "TMZ commented. "We've blurred her face to protect her identity, but she seems to say, 'Yes, he does. "She repeated that after the guard shook his head. It is unclear whether Cuba heard her conversation, but he got up and stumbled, and then passed right past the prosecutor and left. In 2017, Gooding responded to allegations of sexual misconduct after having lifted the skirt of actress Sarah Paulson, a friend and actor's "American Horror Story" colleague, on an advertising event with a live audience.  "I love the lady who is Sarah Paulson," Gooding replied, according to HuffPost, "We have a joke like brother and sister, that was the spirit of this whole body."
"However, this picture was taken out to some sort of sexual misconduct, and that was not my intention, "he continued." The first person, when I heard of the fervor, I called Sarah and said, "I love you, I see you as my sister." goes.
The Oscar winner described the mishap as a "teachable moment" for his sons who are in college, about how images on the internet can be misinterpreted, "noted HuffPost.