Cuba Gooding Jr. Has A Warrant Out For His Arrest For Shoving Female Bartender In New Orleans
According to Remi Braden, the Director of Public Affairs for the New Orleans Police Dept., Cuba Gooding Jr. was getting a little rowdy early this morning in New Orleans. Things obviously got a little out of hand, because now he has a warrant out for his arrest! In the process he shoved a female bartender…who was only trying to help! Keep reading to find out all the details!
From Celebuzz.com, here’s the press release:
New Orleans police have issued an arrest warrant for Cuba Gooding, Jr. after the actor allegedly pushed a bartender twice in a French Quarter business early this morning.The incident happened in the 200-block of Bourbon Street at about 3a.m.
A female bartender told officers that Gooding entered the bar with a group of people, and after a few minutes, other customers recognized him and started asking him to take photos with them. The bartender said Gooding soon became very aggravated with them. That’s when she says she approached him and asked him to calm down. Gooding then allegedly pushed her away with an open hand. One of the bartender’s co-workers then called 9-1-1.
At that point, the bartender says she informed Gooding that the police were on the way, and that he needed to leave. Gooding then allegedly pushed her again, and left the bar. New Orleans police have obtained an arrest warrant for Cuba Gooding, Jr. for municipal battery.
Cuba Gooding Jr. is in New Orleans filming the movie The Butler. Celebs need to stop gettin themselves into trouble when they go to NOLA!