The "Jerry Maguire" star was accused of violating three different women at three different Manhattan nightclubs in 2018 and 2019. On Wednesday, he made a deal with the Manhattan D.A. to plead guilty to one count of forcible touching, a misdemeanor, against one of the women.
Cuba Gooding Jr. appeared in court where a judge declined to immediately decide whether to toss a charge he groped a woman in a Manhattan bar.
Cuba Gooding Jr. Says Controversy After Lifting Sarah Paulson's Skirt was 'A Very Teachable Moment'
Cuba Gooding Jr. crept up behind Sarah Paulson as she greeted Kathy Bates onstage at PaleyFest. Show me the … bad judgment! Cuba Gooding is raising eyebrows — again! — by pulling up Sarah Paulson’s skirt when they were onstage at PaleyFest over the weekend. Promoting American Horror Story: Roanoke on Sunday, the high-energy actor, 49, best known for screaming, “Show me the money!” at Tom Cruise in Jerry Maguire (and getting an Oscar for it) channeled his inner 7-year-old naughty schoolboy by coming up behind his mega-talented co-star —who plays his wife in the FX series — and pulling up the back of her Prada dress while she posed for photos with Kathy Bates in Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre.
"The police showed up at the lot because there's this angry black man yelling in his Suburban … threatening to kill people and he loves black people, or whatever he's saying," Gooding recalled of arriving at the studio to film the scene with Tom Cruise, who had limited time due to his “Eyes Wide Shut” shooting schedule
Cuba Gooding Jr. has filed for divorce from his wife Sara Kapfer, according to TMZ. The filing comes nearly three years after Kapfer filed for legal separation from Gooding Jr. in April 2014 citing irreconcilable differences. In the 2014 documents, Kapfer sought joint legal and physical custody of their two minor children (at the time) and also requested spousal support.
All the secrecy and false leads that co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk arranged to shroud the sixth season of "American Horror Story" seems to have paid off: Viewers were probably quite surprised to see the twists in the unveiling of the latest edition of the anthology series on Wednesday night. WARNING: SPOILERS FOLLOW FOR THE SEASON PREMIERE OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY.
During his 30-plus-year career, Prince made an impact on an innumerable number of music fans over the world. Some of his biggest fans were fellow musicians, and many of them have some wild stories about meeting the man who was everyone’s hero. (All Photos: Getty Images)
The folks at FX have asked critics not to review tonight’s final episode of American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson until after it airs, but in a stunning rebuke to spoiler culture, I’ll take a daring stand and reveal: In “The Verdict,” the show’s 10th hour airing Tuesday night, Simpson is found not guilty.
Cuba Gooding Jr. and Jennifer Garner helped the Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon launch a new game called Truth or Door, in which a dare is hidden behind a door.
On Tuesday FX premiered The People v. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story and let us in on what really happened on that fateful June night. A tragic image of Nicole Simpson’s body lies on the cold pavement leaving viewers left with a heavy heart. The LAPD do everything they can to try and piece together what happened to Nicole Simpson and all roads trace back to OJ.
In 1996, Cuba Gooding Jr., playing star wide receiver Rod Tidwell in Jerry Maguire, said four simple words: “Show me the money.” The scene in which they were uttered quickly became one of the most iconic movie moments in history, and that phrase was repeated over and over again, especially to Gooding himself. Now, 20 years after Jerry Maguire was released, people are still repeating that phrase — even to Gooding. “Do people still come up to you when they see you and go, ‘Show me the money?’” asked host Michael Strahan on Monday’s episode of Live With Kelly & Michael. “All the time. ...
The People v. O.J. Simpson Review: Bold, Smart Tabloid Entertainment I didn’t expect The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, premiering Tuesday, to be more than overblown, trash-TV entertainment. Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, who specialize in camp ridicule in American Horror Story and Glee, among the prominent executive producers?