Jonathan Majors and Meagan Good Reportedly Living Together As He Faces New Assault Claims, Allegedly ‘Threatened To Strangle And Kill’ An Ex, Told One Girlfriend ‘I Hope You Die’
Jonathan Majors and Meagan Good are said to be moving forward in their relationship as he prepares to be sentenced. The actor was found guilty of one count of harassment in the second degree and misdemeanor assault in the third degree against his former girlfriend, Grace Jabbari, in December. During his trial, Meagan Good stood by his side and often appeared hand in hand with him in court.
Now, new reports claim that the couple has taken their relationship to the next level and are living together. They’re reportedly often seen walking their dog together in Greenwich Village in Manhattan and recently took a cross-country road trip from Los Angeles to New York City together. Although Meagan Good is scheduled to begin filming the third season of Amazon Prime Video’s Harlem next week, the two are said to be closer than ever for now.
The report comes after Jonathan Majors, who was acquitted of two other counts of assault and aggravated harassment, faces additional accusations of physical and emotional abuse from two more women.
Emma Duncan and Maura Hooper allege they dated the Creed III star between 2013 and 2019. During that time, Duncan claimed that she suffered physical and emotional abuse from Majors, while Hooper alleged the actor emotionally abused her.
They both accused him of being
“a controlling, threatening figure who isolated them from friends and career pursuits.”
Duncan alleged that she was engaged to Majors from 2015 to 2019, and she and Hooper said Majors was often “love bombing” when they first began dating before he allegedly became violent. Duncan said in a statement that was issued before Majors’ trial (which was not allowed to be submitted into evidence) that he “threatened to strangle and kill her” in 2016. He later allegedly “slammed her body into their mailbox.”
He allegedly dated both Duncan and Hooper at the same time briefly, although the women say they weren’t aware of one another at first. Hooper said during her relationship with Majors, she allegedly was
“not allowed to speak to anyone about their relationship, isolating her from a support system.”
She recalled becoming pregnant, however, Majors was allegedly not supportive after she ended the pregnancy, and refused to pick her up from a clinic. She claimed that after they split, Majors lashed out after he found out she was dating someone else, calling her a “wh*re” and allegedly telling her “I hope you die; kill yourself” and “I’m going to rip you out of my heart the way they ripped our baby out of you.”
Cast and crew members from HBO’s Lovecraft Country, which starred Majors, also alleged that he had alarming behavior on set, and one woman filed a complaint that ultimately led to Majors apologizing.
Majors’ attorney Priya Chaudhry responded to the claims and said his relationships with both women were “toxic” and that he “did say hurtful things,” however, he was not physically abusive.
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