Cuba Gooding Jr. Denies Groping Charge

The Red Tails actor denies a report that he grabbed women inappropriately.

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Cuba Gooding Jr., the Oscar-winning actor known for screaming, "Show me the money," is demanding that someone show him the proof, following allegations that he sexually harassed and groped several women in a New Mexico bar in March, reports NewsOne.

Gooding, who most recently starred in the film Red Tails, allegedly got overly aggressive with female fans who were having their pictures taken with him. Several women claimed that he attempted to grope them.

The actor dismissed the claims when asked about them by reporters at Los Angeles International Airport.

Read more at NewsOne.

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