Cuba Gooding Jr. is backtracking on his decision to surrender to NYPD.
The surveillance video reportedly proves Gooding Jr.’s innocence the actor’s attorney Mark Heller said, according to a report published Wednesday by TMZ.
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The video shows “absolutely no criminality taking place on the part of my client,” Heller told TMZ.
Heller reportedly reached out to Manhattan’s Sex Crimes Unit, but hasn’t heard back from them. The lawyer doesn’t believe the police would want to arrest Gooding Jr. if they had seen the surveillance video.