Cuba Gooding Jr. Lifts Sarah Paulson’s Skirt, Gets Slammed For Sexual Harassment

Sigh. Just when we thought Cuba Gooding Jr. was flawlessly executing one of the most surprising comebacks in recent memory, he goes and does something like this.

Cuba joined his American Horror Story: Roanoake co-stars for a PaleyFest panel over the weekend, and for some reason, he thought it would be a good idea to hoist Sarah Paulson’s skirt as she welcomed Kathy Bates to the stage.

Yeah, we wish there were some context to make that act seem even slightly less insane, but there isn’t.

For reasons that will continue to defy explanation and common sense, Cuba Gooding Jr. decided to sexually harass his co-star in front of an audience of hundreds.

Paulson and Gooding are friends, and those in attendance say she quickly brushed the incident off (after recoiling in horror upon realizing a man was lifting her skirt in front of hundreds of onlookers, of course), but none of that makes this even remotely okay.

Let’s say Gooding and Paulson are number one besties, and they playfully engage in this sort of behavior behind closed doors.

This would still be wildly inappropriate behavior on Gooding’s part.

If he were a greeter at Wal Mart and he behaved this way with one of his co-workers, he would be fired on the spot.

There’s a good chance that Paulson was was appalled and baffled by Gooding’s behavior as the rest of us, but downplayed her disgust simply because she wasn’t sure of what else to do.

We may never know for sure, but even if she was cool with it, what Cuba did on that stage is 700 kinds of not okay.

Sadly, this is just the latest in a recent string of questionable behavior from Gooding.

Last year, Gooding’s wife, Sarah Kapfer, filed for divorce after 20 years of marriage.

Rumors that Gooding had driven her to the brink with years of heavy drinking and erratic behavior seemed to be bolstered in the final years of their relationship, particularly when police issued a warrant for Gooding’s arrest after he allegedly assaulted a bartender in New Orleans.

Shortly thereafter, a very intoxicated Gooding unleashed a string of expletives at an award show, an incident that seemed funny at the time, but is a bit troubling when viewed in hindsight.

We don’t pretend to know exactly what’s going on with Gooding, but here’s hoping he gets the help he needs.


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2-Year Old Plays Hero, Lifts Fallen Dresser Off Twin

Many two-year olds out there like to dress up as superheroes.

But Brock Shoff just took on the role of an actual superhero.

And he may have saved his twin brother’s life in the process.

In incredible nanny cam footage that has gone viral, we see Brock and his sibling, Bowdy. They’re playing on a dresser in their bedroom.

According Kayli Shoff, the boys’ mother, she and her husband didn't hear any kind of sound from their baby monitor. They had no idea that tragedy nearly struck until they watched the video below for themselves.

“I usually hear everything. We didn’t hear a cry, we didn’t hear a big thud,” Kayli told an NBC affiliate in Utah.

“So we woke up, looked at the camera like, ‘What’s going on? Are they still sleeping?’ and we saw [the dresser] was all the way down."

But Kayli didn't notice that Broce was actually trapped under the dresser.

Fortunately, Bowdy not only saw what had happened to his brother, but he managed to push the large piece of furniture right up and off of him.

Pretty incredible for a two-year old.

They do say that true love can give you moments of incredible, almost unexplainable strength.

“We are so grateful for the bond that these twin brothers share," wrote their dad on Facebook. "We know Bowdy was not alone in moving the dresser off of Brock. And feel blessed that he is ok."

Kayli then said that she hopes this harrowing incident and can serve as a lesson.

"Everybody needs to bolt down their dressers to the wall. I mean, we just didn’t think about it,” she said.

“Accidents are going to happen, but we want to spread awareness to this one accident that happened and hope that it doesn’t happen to any other family."


2 year old plays hero lifts fallen dresser off twin