Amidst Jonathan Majors’ ongoing assault trial, Meagan Good has emerged as a crucial pillar of support for the actor, strengthening their bond during this challenging period. Sources close to the couple reveal that despite facing domestic violence charges, Good, 42, and Majors, 34, are currently “closer than ever.” The “Harlem” star has not only stood as a steadfast supporter during the trial but has also faced challenges herself.
Reports suggest that Good holds strong convictions about Majors’ accuser and ex-girlfriend, Grace Jabbari, being manipulative during their relationship. She believes that Jabbari’s legal team is intentionally portraying the Marvel star negatively, contrary to her personal experiences with him. Majors was arrested in March, charged with two counts of misdemeanor assault and two counts of harassment after a call reporting Jabbari unconscious. The trial, which commenced earlier this year, has brought forth various revelations, including texts suggesting physical violence and conflicting testimonies from witnesses.
Despite the harrowing details emerging in the trial, Good remains a steadfast presence in Majors’ life. Sources indicate that her deep faith in God has been instrumental in navigating the complexities of the trial, keeping Majors “grounded and centered.” The couple has been dating since shortly after Majors’ split from Jabbari earlier this year, demonstrating resilience in the face of adversity. Recent reports reveal that both Majors and Good were visibly emotional during closing arguments, with Majors’ lawyer vehemently asserting his innocence.
As the trial awaits a verdict, jurors are in deliberation, expecting to reach a conclusion on Monday, December 17th. Regardless of the outcome, it is evident that Majors can rely on continued unwavering support from Good.
Derek Chan – Editor