Cuba Gooding Jr. accused of fumbling a woman in New York


The actor Cuba Gooding Jr. was accused of fumbling a woman in a nightclub in New York, confirmed ABC News.

According to law enforcement officials, the New York Police Department is investigating a complaint filed by a woman who claimed that the actor had been caught the chest at the Rooftop Magic Hour bar and lounge in Manhattan on Sunday night.

The star of "American Crime Story" has apparently left the bar shortly after the alleged incident and is being sought on the charge of having forcibly hit, officials said.

The New York Post first reported the news; a representative of the actor did not respond to ABC News's request for comment.

This is not the first time that Gooding, 51, is accused of having touched a woman inappropriately.

In 2012, a group of women claimed that he had petted them in a New Mexico bar, but the actor, who is best known for his Oscar-winning film in the 1996 film "Jerry Maguire," told TMZ at the time that these allegations were "bulls —." No charges have ever been filed in this case.

The same year, he was also charged with pushing a bartender woman to New Orleans and a warrant for arrest was issued against him. CNN reported at the time that the bartender had dropped all charges.


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