Meagan Good Drops Message of ‘Peace’ After Court Appearance

Meagan Good Shares Mysterious Messages! The DC star dropped an inspirational quote after recently supporting Jonathan Majors in the final hearing before his assault trial begins.

The “Eve’s Bayou” star and her beau are making waves for falling in love during the Marvel star’s struggles. Although the couple has yet to confirm their romance, their sweet gestures continue to speak for themselves.

Three months after the “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” star was arrested for alleged domestic violence, the host appeared in court. However, the 33-year-old kept his stunning girlfriend by his side during the legal session.

Meagan Good Drops A Powerful Message Of “Peace” After Holding Hands With Jonathan Majors

Meagan Good shares a quote about peace amid Jonathan Majors' romance
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In the latest Instagram Story Update, “Shazam! The Wrath of the Gods actress seemingly hinted at her beau’s innocence in her ongoing assault case. The 41-year-old re-shared a quote from celebrity wellness instructor Alex Elle.

The motivational content aimed at different understandings of the meaning of “peace”, which were aimed at the public’s mixed opinion of Majors. The quote reads, “Sometimes peace will 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 June 20 audition. The couple were spotted holding hands as they entered and exited Manhattan Criminal Court in New York.

The Santa Barbara County native, who attended the most recent hearing virtually, was summoned for his first physical appearance by presiding judge Judge Rachel S. Pauley. At the event, the “Think Like A Man” actress flaunted a bodycon nude dress, and paired the figure-hugging number with a blush pink coat.

The typically short-haired entertainer debuted shoulder-length black tresses styled into subtle waves and bangs. Her elegant look was complemented by hoop earrings, a clutch purse and shades. On the other hand, her lover donned a brown jacket over a white shirt and matching brown pants.

Majors similarly covered his eyes with dark shades, but respectfully removed them as he addressed the judge. The “Creed III” actor left the conversation with his defense team and reportedly spoke only to say good morning to Judge Pauley and to acknowledge his order for the next physical appearance.

The Saturn Award nominee has been ordered to appear in Manhattan Criminal Court in August to begin his formal trial in connection with the attack. In addition, the judge requested that the TV personality abide by the restrictions of the protective order issued to the alleged victim.

Following his arrest in March, the major was charged with assault and harassment for his previous involvement. Despite the woman’s narrative, the actor vehemently denied the allegations. The “Loki” star’s lawyer, Priya Chaudhry, recently sang the same tune:

“Within weeks of these false allegations, we provided the District Attorney with evidence of Mr. Majors’ innocence. Last week, we provided additional compelling evidence to the District Attorney. We then strongly urged the District Attorney to immediately dismiss all charges against Mr. Majors.”

Chaudhry, hoping for a just outcome, urged:We trust that the district attorney will review these materials in good faith and will soon take the appropriate steps to expedite our case, we have requested a trial date as soon as possible.”

The pair received support from former Good 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 Richard. The 41-year-old’s former Nickelodeon co-star didn’t hold back after sources asked her about her romance with Good.

When asked if her ‘Cousin Skeeter’ co-star made a mistake in falling for a struggling 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

The “Empire” star hinted that her old friend noticed something fantastic about her beauty that others couldn’t see. Good’s laudable outlook may stem from her Christian faith, as the Daytime Emmy winner described her as a “woman of God.”

Plus, the “Touched by an Angel” actor didn’t seem to have a problem with Majors. Ri’chard defended the TV personality, saying the Santa Barbara County native should not be condemned by society before his assault case is sentenced.

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