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Jonathan Majors and Meagan Good were seen cuddling with each other in New York City on Tuesday. In the photos acquired by TMZ, the ‘Shazam’ star, with a concerned expression on her face, is seen leaning against Majors and resting her head on his arm. Meanwhile, Majors is holding her tight against him with one arm lovingly wrapped around her and scrolling through his phone.
Both actors were sporting long black trench coats to shield themselves against the NYC cold. During their PDA-filled daytime outing, the couple also paid a visit to popular bistro Jack’s Wife Freda in Manhattan to grab something to eat.
The couple’s cozy daytime date comes a day before Majors is set to appear in Manhattan Criminal Court and stand trial before a jury. Jonathan Majors was arrested in March after being charged with aggravated harassment, assault, and attempted assault. Earlier this year, the actor allegedly struck his ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari during a domestic disagreement.
As per the prosecutors, the incident took place when Majors received a text message that said, “I wish I was kissing you right now.” When Jabbari tried to grab the phone to check the message, the “Creed III” star allegedly grabbed her arm, twisted it, and injured her.
The incident happened in the UK when Majors was in London shooting for Disney+ Marvel’s “Loki” TV series season 2.
Majors, however, has denied the accusations that he attacked Jabbari. He claimed and also submitted a counter complaint which stated that it was actually Jabbari who attacked first and not him. In his counter-complaint, he accused his ex-girlfriend of scratching and hitting him during the fight under the influence of alcohol.
The actor’s attorney also released a CCTV footage in April where Jabbari was seen partying and dancing at a nightclub after the incident. His lawyer claimed that the footage proved that Jabbari was not injured. She was also arrested and charged with assault. However, D.A.’s office did not prosecute the case because, according to them, the case had no merit.’