Jonathan Majors & Meagan Good Have Grown Closer During Ongoing Domestic Violence Trial, Sources Say Her Deep Faith In God Has Kept Him “Grounded & Centered”
Looks like Meagan Good has played a critical role for Jonathan Majors in the middle of a very hard time in his life.
Sources close to the couple claim their bond has been strengthened amid his ongoing assault trial and credits the actress for holding him together.
According to reports, Meagan Good, 42, and Jonathan Majors, 34, are “closer than ever” at the moment, despite him facing domestic violence charges. An insider reportedly shared that the “Harlem” star has not only been a major supporter of his during the trial, but has also been challenged herself. Reportedly, Good has strong feelings that Majors‘ accuser and ex girlfriend Grace Jabbari was manipulative during their relationship and believes her legal team is intentionally attempting to cast the Marvel star in a negative way, much different from who she knows him to be.
If you recall, Majors was arrested back in March of this year and charged with two counts of misdemeanor assault and two counts of harassment. Police responded to his call that Jabbari was unconscious and ended up behind bars as police suspected him of battery. The trial for the case began earlier this year with many harrowing revelations coming out. Texts between the exes seems to suggest Majors was physically violent during the relationship, though their driver the evening of the incident in question testified that Jabbari was in fact the aggressor.
Despite hearing everything in the trial, it seems Good isn’t running away from her man. Sources reportedly state that her deep faith in God has helped the two navigate the trial and has kept Majors “grounded and centered”. The actors have been dating since shortly after his split from Jabbari earlier this year and seem to be going strong. Recent reports stated that during closing arguments, both Majors and Good shed tears as his lawyer vehemently argued for his innocence.
At this time, jurors are still deliberating on a verdict and expect to have a conclusion this coming Monday (December 17th). Whatever the outcome, it seems safe to say one thing Majors can count on is continued support from Good.
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