Jonathan Majors fuels marriage speculation with Meagan Good after calling her ‘the woman’ at Black and White Gala in Washington DC ahead of domestic violence trial
As Jonathan Majors awaits trial on domestic violence charges, the actor has sparked speculation that he has secretly tied the knot with his girlfriend Meagan Good.
Majors, 34, and Good, 42, attended the Black and White Gala in Washington DC this weekend.
Good took the microphone at the event, which she co-hosted with Larenz Tate, and said she loves how they “support each other,” adding that there were “so many beautiful black faces.”
She then turned to Majors — who was arrested in March after police responded to a call from a woman who reported being abused by Majors — and added, “Honey, do you want to say something?”
He grabbed the microphone as the audience applauded and added, “You all heard the lady, so that’s it.”
Getting married in secret?: As Jonathan Majors awaits trial on domestic violence charges, the actor has sparked speculation that he has secretly tied the knot with his girlfriend Meagan Good
Ma’am: He grabbed the microphone as the audience applauded and added, “You all heard the ma’am, so that’s it.”
Majors and Good were first spotted together in Los Angeles in April, just weeks after his arrest.
Neither Majors nor Good have confirmed at this time that they are actually married, but if they do, it will happen just five months after they were first linked.
The Creed III star is facing charges of harassment and assault after he was arrested in New York on March 25.
He was taken into custody after police responded to a 911 call and found a 30-year-old woman who reported being assaulted by Majors, with responding authorities noting she had suffered minor injuries.
The actor was released by police later that day, with his lawyer, Priya Chaudhry, denying any wrongdoing by her client.
She claimed Majors called 911 because he was concerned about her mental health. She added that it was she who attacked him.
Chaudhry had requested a speedy trial, although prosecutors said they were still in the discovery phase and the trial was postponed until September 6.
Majors appeared virtually in court on Wednesday, where the trial was postponed again until September 15.
Spotted: Majors and Good were first spotted together in Los Angeles in April, just weeks after his arrest
Not confirmed: Neither Majors nor Good have confirmed that they are actually married at this time, but if they are, it will come just five months after they were first linked
This time, Majors’ lawyers said they were ready for the lawsuit because they believed they had found “deficiencies” in the certificate of compliance.
The fallout from the incident was swift: Majors was dropped by his management company, Entertainment 360, and PR team, The Lede Company.
The Army Enterprise Marketing Office has paused a U.S. Army advertising campaign featuring Majors.
The actor, who plays Kang the Conqueror in the Marvel Universe, is still believed to appear in about half of Loki season two episodes.
Marvel hasn’t hidden that fact in its marketing. When the studio released the first trailer in late July, a version of his character Kang did indeed appear.