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Cuba Gooding Jr. will surrender to NYPD to face groping charge

Cuba Gooding Jr. will surrender to NYPD to face groping charge

As per a report on TMZ, Cuba Gooding Jr has stated that there is proof showing that he did no such thing as claimed by the accuser. I left. I met a bunch of people.

Hollywood actor Cuba Gooding Jr was recently accused of touching a woman inappropriately at a NY nightclub near Times Square on Sunday evening.

The woman in the alleged incident told police she was with friends when she was confronted by a male patron whom she described as Gooding Jr., according to the law enforcement source.

The woman claimed Gooding Jr. was "highly intoxicated" and the pair had to be separated by security following the grab.

On Monday, the NYPD's Special Victims Division was investigating the reported incident, gathering video footage from the bar and any other materials that would aid the investigation.

The bartender told police she asked Gooding Jr.to calm down, at which point he allegedly pushed her away. He also said "absolutely not" when asked if he was guilty.

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He told TMZ: "I trust the system and the process speaks for itself".

The Oscar-winning actor added that "There's a tape that shows what really happened", which was that he was taking photos with fans at the bar and that he did nothing wrong on Sunday.

The video, posted online shows Cuba at the bar.

He won a Supporting Actor Oscar for Jerry Maguire and recently wrapped the feature Life in a Year.

Gooding was nominated for an Emmy Award previous year for playing O.J. Simpson in the FX series "The People v. O.J. Simpson" and recently appeared on Broadway and London's West End as lawyer Billy Flynn in "Chicago".