Cuba Gooding Jr. says his prosecutor for sexual abuse submitted a false message after being rejected by the actor
Cuba Gooding Jr. and his lawyer filed a petition with the court to dismiss misconduct allegations of sexual abuse and violent attacks against the actor earlier this month.
The notification contains details about the & # 39; distressed mentality & # 39; from the prosecutor, as well as sworn statements from two people who were with Gooding that evening, both of whom state that they don't see the actor groping with the woman who reported him to the police.
It also claims that investigators with the Special Victim & # 39; s Unit have ignored and / or suppressed the first, first statements of the prosecutor, a student from New York University, on the night of the alleged incident.
The & # 39; first statements & # 39; are mentioned in the security report for Magic Hour, the location in Times Square where Gooding met the prosecutor on the night of June 9.
In that report, it states that the woman told the police the location of the alleged incident and gave them a timetable, but when viewing security images, neither she nor Gooding could be seen in that area.
A site management report states that & # 39; about 45 minutes & # 39; was spent viewing images from that night and & # 39; after nothing was found, the police decided to leave & # 39 ;.
A spokesperson for the District Attorney & # 39; s Office in Manhattan declined to comment.
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Alleged grope: Cuba Gooding Jr. and his lawyer Mark Heller filed a Notice of Motion to be fired in the criminal case against the actor (Gooding above in security footage at the time he allegedly caught his prosecutor)
Claims: The petitioner claims that his prosecutor has a & # 39; alarming mentality & # 39; has, which explains why & # 39; she would make false accusations after they were rejected and rejected & # 39; by the actor (above on June 13 in the criminal court)
Gooding & # 39; s lawyer Mark Heller suggests that the woman accusing the actor has a & # 39; distressed mentality & # 39; based on blog posts, which he extensively cites in the court file.
Heller writes that the blogs & # 39;have included statements that clearly reveal the metamorphism of a troubled mentality what sheds light on why she would make false accusations after she was rejected and rejected that evening and asked to apologize for the presence of Cuba Gooding, Jr. & # 39; s and (his girlfriend) Claudine De Niro and their privacy to offer. & # 39;
He later writes that a & # 39; careful review & # 39; of & # 39; statements & # 39; on her blog & # 39; gives a lot of insight into the dynamics of why a person with certain mental characteristics would be susceptible to a false accusation against someone because, for example, they rejected her, or she was jealous of them, or jealous of them their fame, or felt that they were inferior in their presence, or would never fit in. & # 39;
DailyMail.com does not publish any extract from the woman's blog due to the nature of the indictment.
The highlighted excerpts in detail emphasize the prosecutor's desire to be loved in her youth, her conviction that she does not fit and the fact that she has been diagnosed with depression, ADHD, anxiety disorder and PTSD.
Heller then argues that the site surveillance video shows no evidence of a crime, a claim that is partially supported by the aforementioned site's management and security reports.
A source of law enforcement tells DailyMail.com that the footage showing that the actor allegedly caught his prosecutor was discovered after a more thorough assessment.
The police are also investigating a report submitted by a woman who claims that Gooding caught her a few years prior to this alleged incident.
Team: detectives with the special victim & # 39; ignored and / or suppressed evidence & # 39; mentions the submission (Gooding and Mark Heller)
There were two eyewitnesses on the scene when the police arrived that night, Heller claims, but neither of them was interviewed by the authorities.
De Niro, who is the estranged wife of Robert de Niro & son Raphael, states in her affidavit that she was between Gooding and the prosecutor while interacting that night.
& # 39; I was thoughtful and involved throughout the interaction with the prosecutor and Mr. Gooding and at no time did Mr. Gooding the accuser and never had Mr. Gooding & # 39; pressed his hand to her chest and squeezed & # 39; as stated in the Criminal Complaint, & # 39; declares De Niro.
She added later: & # 39; Prior to this interaction with the Prosecution, I only noticed that the Prosecution was watching Mr. Gooding and I around the site and after our interaction with the Prosecution, the Prosecution continues to follow Mr. Gooding and I around the location, and I finally asked the prosecutor to apologize and give us our privacy. & # 39;
In his statement, Matthew Assante states: & # 39; On June 9, 2019, while I was present during the interaction between Mr. Gooding and the prosecutor, Mr. Gooding did not place & # 39; put his hand on the prosecutor's chest and squeeze as claimed in the indictment, and the prosecutor said nothing or made any statements to me or Mr. Gooding about any behavior that Mr. Gooding imposed on her during her presence. & # 39;
The police arrived at the location around 11:15 am, but Gooding was already gone, according to the submission.
De Niro didn't go with him, but it looks like it, because it says that she and Assante were willing to talk to the police that night.
In the end, neither of them was interviewed by the authorities that evening.
The accusations of the woman could cause problems for both: The Niro because she is Gooding & # 39; s girlfriend and Assante because he is a nightlife promoter who organizes events at the location.
Heller focuses on SVU detectives to close the archiving.
& # 39; The prosecutor stated that the incident occurred at around 9:00 PM, but the surveillance video shows that the prosecutor did not even interact with Cuba GoodingJr. until about 10:14 PM, & # 39; reads the archiving.
& # 39; After information and faith, after Sgt. Bryant & # 39; s first interview with the prosecutor, investigators from the special victim group in Manhattan took over the investigation of the case and ignored and / or suppressed the prosecutor's false, unfounded allegations and did not challenge her credibility despite her inaccuracies and inconsistencies. & # 39;
Gooding must appear in court on Wednesday. The highest indictment in the case against him carries a sentence of up to one year in prison.
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