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Meagan Good Shares Quote About 'People Being Wrong' After Court Appearance With Jonathan Majors

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By Fiyin Olowokandi on June 21, 2023 at 2:15 PM EDT
Updated on June 21, 2023 at 2:32 PM EDT

Meagan Good is sharing cryptic messages! The DC star dropped an inspirational quote following her recent support of Jonathan Majors at the last hearing before his assault trial begins.

The "Eve's Bayou" star and her beau have been making waves for falling in love during the Marvel star's hardships. Although the couple are yet to confirm their romance, their sweet gestures continue to speak on their behalf.

Three months after the "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania" star was arrested for an alleged domestic violence dispute, the entertainer appeared in court. However, the 33-year-old had his stunning girlfriend by his side for the legal session.

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Meagan Good Drops Powerful Message About 'Peace' After Holding Hands With Jonathan Majors

Meagan Good shares quote about peace amid Jonathan Majors romance

In her latest Instagram Story update, the "Shazam! Fury of the Gods" actress seemingly hinted at her beau's innocence in his ongoing assault case. The 41-year-old reshared a quote from the famous wellness educator Alex Elle.

The motivational content addressed a different way of understanding the meaning of "peace," words that appeared directed at the public's mixed opinions about Majors. The quote read: "Peace will sometimes look like letting people be wrong about you."

Good's inspirational message came a day after the Los Angeles beauty appeared at the "Lovecraft Country" star's hearing on June 20. The couple were spotted holding hands as they entered and exited the Manhattan Criminal Court in New York City.

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The Santa Barbara County native, who attended the last hearing virtually, was summoned for his first physical appearance by the presiding legal umpire, Judge Rachel S. Pauley. For the event, the "Think Like A Man" actress flaunted her curves in a bodycon nude dress, pairing the form-fitting number with a blush pink jacket.

The entertainer, who typically rocked short hair, debuted black shoulder-length tresses styled into gentle waves and bangs. Her chic look was completed with hoop earrings, a clutch purse, and shades. On the other hand, her lover donned a brown jacket over a white dress shirt and matching brown pants.

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Majors similarly covered his eyes with dark shades but respectfully took them off while addressing the judge. The "Creed III" actor left the talking to his defense team, reportedly only speaking to greet Judge Pauley a good morning and acknowledge her order for his next physical appearance.

The Saturn Award nominee was asked to show up at the Manhattan Criminal Court in August to begin his official assault trial. Additionally, the judge requested that the TV personality adheres to the restrictions of the protection order granted to the alleged victim.

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Following his arrest in March, Majors was charged with assault and harassment over his former entanglement's claims. Despite the woman's narrative, the actor has vehemently denied the allegations. Singing the same tune in a recent statement, the "Loki" star's attorney Priya Chaudhry chimed:

"Within a few weeks of these false allegations, we provided the District Attorney with evidence of Mr. Majors' innocence. Last week, we delivered additional compelling evidence to the District Attorney Following this, we strongly requested the District Attorney dismiss all charges against Mr. Majors immediately."

Chaudhry who hoped for a fair outcome urged, "While we are hopeful that the District Attorney is reviewing these materials in good faith and will do the right thing soon to accelerate our case we've requested a trial date ASAP."

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The Couple Received Support From Good's Former Co-Star Robert Ri'chard

Days before their joint court appearance, the lovebirds' controversial relationship was defended by Good's co-star and friend Robert Ri'chard. The 41-year-old's former Nickelodeon co-star did not hesitate after sources grilled him about his opinions on Good's romance.

When asked if his "Cousin Skeeter" cast mate had made a mistake falling for an embattled entertainer, the caramel-toned heartthrob disagreed. According to Ri'chard, the actress had a good eye for people.

Meagan Good at The 13th Annual AAFCA Awards in Los Angeles
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The "Empire" star hinted that his longtime friend might have noticed something fantastic about her beau that others could not see. Good's praiseworthy perception might stem from her Christian faith, as the Daytime Emmy Award winner described her as a "woman of God."

Additionally, the "Touched by an Angel" actor seemed to have no problem with Majors. Ri'chard defended the TV personality stating that the Santa Barbara County native should not be condemned by society before the verdict of his assault case.

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