Cuba Gooding Jr. Accused of Rape

A civil lawsuit accuses actor Cuba Gooding with raping a woman twice in 2013.

According to Fox News who obtained the court documents, Gooding Jr. allegedly raped the victim in a lower Manhattan hotel room after meeting Gooding Jr. in a VIP section of a lounge.

Gooding Jr. lured the woman to his house and took her to his hotel room to “change his clothes”.

 The Academy Award winning actor then began to undress in front of the woman and without consent her forced himself on the victim despite her repeatedly saying no.

 Gooding proceeded to rape the victim both vaginally and anally.

 Once he stopped the woman “hurriedly” exited the hotel room.

 This is the 23rd woman to accuse Cuba Gooding Jr. of sexual misconduct.

 In December of 2019, seven women came forward to accuse Cuba Gooding Jr. of sexual misconduct which brought the count to 22:

Cuba Gooding Jr. once groped and forcibly kissed a woman while they were attending the Sundance Film Festival, ripping her tights and only stopping when she bit him to escape, Manhattan prosecutors allege in court papers Monday.

She is one of seven new women who have come forward alleging sexual misconduct by the 51-year-old movie star, bringing the number of his accusers to 22.

He has only been charged in three of the accusers’ alleged incidents, although prosecutors hope to introduce the other claims in court to prove a pattern of sexual abuse.

 He plead not guilty to those accusations. However, his court appearances have been delayed to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Bill
Bill
6 months ago

Did he do it as alleged? Obviously I have no idea. I do know that for some reason the woman involved waited several years to report it. What’s up with that?

Carol
6 months ago
Reply to  Bill

Bill – you ask “What’s up with that” HAVE YOU EVER BEEN RAPED???
If not, you should be able to realize why you can’t understand it. A psychologist could explain it to you.

P W
P W
6 months ago
Reply to  Carol

But then they sue in civil court where it will get maximum exposure? It will be all public and no justice will be served if he in fact was found guilty so it is just a matter of if he has to pay money to her. so she is now willing to get all the public attention that she did not press charges for originally all for some money? Has she just grown stronger now? Strong enough to withstand the scrutiny now but not then? Doing it just for money does not seem worth it unless she thinks somehow that is punishment. The important thing is that she comes to grips with it and that she knows she did nothing wrong if it happened. Is she trying to prove to others that it happened?

Recce1
Recce1
6 months ago
Reply to  Bill

Sadly, often many women feel so ashamed of being raped they don’t report it right away, if ever. Some just try to wish it away. Others are treated shabbily in court by the accused’s attorney. My daughter was.
A few get into a situation of their own making and mull on the event and let it fester for years, then when an opportune time comes they report it, or what they imagined it was.

Yermak Timofeyavitch
Yermak Timofeyavitch
6 months ago

These is an empty cell next to Bill Cosby. Show Cuba Gooding the way in.

Stephen
Stephen
6 months ago

I agree as women don’t come forward because of the shame and maybe get destroyed by someone famous.but there are cases that come many years later to destroy someone’s reputation and career.like what one tried to do to justice kavanaugh