Lauryn Overhultz | Columnist
Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. revealed he plans to surrender Thursday to NYPD over allegations he groped a woman Sunday at a New York City bar.
The actor plans to turn himself in and be booked on a misdemeanor charge of forcible touching, according to a report published Wednesday by TMZ. Gooding Jr. has maintained that hes innocent and claimed there is video evidence to prove it.
“I trust the system,” Gooding Jr. said in a TMZ video. “Theres a tape that shows what really happened — thats the most important thing.”
“I was at the club, I left. I met a bunch of people, I said hello, I took pictures and … you know, you have to have faith in what people are saying … now Im giving the process the chance to show what happened, what went down,” Gooding Jr. added.
Gooding Jr., 51, was accused of groping a 30-year-old woman Sunday night at the Magic Hour Rooftop Bar and Lounge. (RELATED: REPORT: Cuba Gooding Jr. Accused Of Groping Woman)
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