Meagan Good defends dating Jonathan Majors amid assault lawsuit: ‘Trust God’

Meagan Good has defended her decision to start her relationship with Jonathan Majors in the middle of his assault trial.

The “Think Like a Man” actress appeared on Tuesday’s episode of “Today with Hoda and Jenna” when co-host Hoda Kotb asked her if any of her friends suggested she “wait and see how everything shakes out” with the lawsuit. before dating him.

“Yes, every friend advised me, but at the end of the day, one thing I know is that I can always look at myself in the mirror when I trust my spirit, when I trust God, when I ask God, and when let me move to the beat of my own drum,” she explained.

Bona, 42, explained that she “takes[s] I certainly take the opinion and advice of everyone I love into account,” but she must “live my life.”

“I can always look back and say, ‘Okay, I’m proud of that.’ No matter what happens, I have peace in my heart, and I have harmony in my heart,” she added.

Good reminded people that she is the only one who can “give God an account of what I’ve done, and so I want to be accountable for the choices that I make, and I also want to live the life that I want to live. “

The “Anchorman 2” actress also reflected on the last year of their “amazing” relationship and gushed about the “support” they shared for each other.

“The support we were able to give each other, the pouring into each other, the honest conversations, the love, the respect, just the care and the thoughtfulness, it was just really amazing,” she raved.

Good and Majors, 34, made his red carpet debut at the 7th annual AAFCA Special Achievement Awards in March — three months after he was found guilty of assault and harassment.

During the red carpet, the “Lovecraft Country” actor didn’t hold back on their relationship and told Extra that they were “in love” and “doing well.”

The couple first sparked romance rumors in May 2023 after fans spotted them together and they were later photographed boarding a plane together and doing other low-key activities.

They later confirmed their relationship when Good chose to link majors for their court appearances the following month in New York.

Majors’ legal trouble began in March 2023 when he was taken into custody following an alleged domestic violence incident with ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari.

The “Creed III” star was later charged with strangulation, assault and harassment. However, authorities later dropped the strangulation charge.

In December 2023, Majors was found guilty of two misdemeanor counts of assault and harassment. He was sentenced to 52 weeks of a domestic violence intervention program and probation in April.

Majors and his lawyers vehemently denied the allegations and shared their plans to appeal the convictions.

In March, Majors faced more legal trouble when Jabbari filed a new lawsuit accusing Majors of assault, defamation and battery and claiming that Majors abused her from 2021 to 2023. Majors has yet to comment on the recent claims.

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1.800.799.SAFE (7233) or text START to 88788.

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