In keeping with Folks, Jonathan Majors, who’s at the moment dealing with assault prices, and “Harlem” actor Meagan Good are courting. TMZ was the primary to report the information. POPSUGAR reached out to reps for Majors and Good about their reported relationship, however didn’t obtain a direct response.
Per Folks, Majors and Good had been noticed seeing a film collectively on the Alamo Drafthouse in Los Angeles final week. The information that the “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” actor is courting the 41-year-old comes simply a few months after his March arrest in an alleged home dispute in New York Metropolis. On March 28, the Manhattan District Legal professional despatched an announcement to POPSUGAR revealing the actor was arraigned the next day on misdemeanor prices of assault and aggravated harassment of an unnamed girl.
Majors has denied all accusations towards him by way of his legal professional, Priya Chaudhry. Earlier this week, the “Creed III” actor appeared nearly at a Manhattan Felony Courtroom listening to in New York . After the listening to, Chaudhry shared an announcement with POPSUGAR claiming she has “irrefutable proof that the lady is mendacity, together with video proof exhibiting nothing occurred.” She additionally known as the case a “witch hunt.”
Since his arrest, Majors was dropped from the film “The Man in My Basement,” and is not in consideration for a task in an unannounced Otis Redding biopic, as reported by Deadline. He’s at the moment nonetheless slated to seem in “Loki” season two.
In the meantime, Good cut up from her ex-husband DeVon Franklin in 2021 after 9 years of marriage. The “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” star opened up in regards to the tough interval following her divorce and the way she moved on in a March interview with ESSENCE.
“As soon as I accepted all the things, I felt grateful for the time we had collectively and the attractive journey,” she stated of her ex-husband. “Then there was an pleasure. I get to start out life another time, in my prime, with so many unbelievable issues taking place in my life and in my profession. I get to do that once more.”
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