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Cuba Gooding Jr. Accused of Sexual Misconduct by 7 More Women

E! Online Tuesday, 10 December 2019
Cuba Gooding Jr. is facing more allegations of sexual misconduct. In a new court filing dated Nov. 18 and obtained by E! News, accusations from seven additional women, including unwanted...
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News video: Cuba Gooding jr. Has 22 Misconduct Accusers

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More than 22 women have accused Cuba Gooding Jr. of sexual misconduct. It's a spectacular downfall for a once beloved actress. Gooding Jr., is already facing six counts of misdemeanor sexual abuse and forcible touching involving three accusers. Yesterday, seven more accusers came forward to say...

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