A family that eats together stays together.
Jonathan Majors and his rumored girlfriend, Meagan Good, were spotted on a dinner date at Red Lobster on Tuesday.
Accompanied by Tyra Wardlow-Doyle, the mother of the “Think Like a Man” actress, and her older sister, La’Myia Good, the duo was photographed chatting and eating together inside the restaurant.
After they finished their meal, they tried to hide their faces as they left the seafood restaurant in Los Angeles.
The three women served more than just a meal as they left the restaurant, each with their own bouquet of flowers.
Good went unnoticed by donning a pair of gray tights, a Deep Purple band, and an old tee featuring a black Balenciaga baseball bat.
Facing ongoing legal issues, the “Creed III” star wore a nude long-sleeved button-down jeans, a pair of Nike sneakers, and a gray Newsboy cap.
The trip comes three days after Majors, 33, and Good, 41, were first seen together amid news of their dating.
On Saturday, the two held hands as they boarded a flight from New York City to Los Angeles.
Good’s rep did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
Earlier this month, sources told TMZ that Good’s romance with the Marvel star is “pretty recent” and has “closed up” in the past few weeks.
An eyewitness said the couple shot a movie together at the Alamo Drafthouse in Los Angeles.
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Majors’ new crush comes to light as he faces several misdemeanor assault charges surrounding an alleged domestic incident with his ex-girlfriend in March.
At the time, the “Lovecraft Country” alum was initially arrested on charges that included alleged drowning. He was released later that day at his own discretion, with a protection order.
Although the drowning charge was dropped, she still faces charges of misdemeanor assault, aggravated harassment, attempted assault and harassment.
Majors’ attorney, Priya Chaudhry, vehemently denied that her client had committed any crimes. In fact, she claims she was the victim of the physical attack, not her ex.
Chaudhry cited as evidence video footage showing Majors’ former party at Loosie’s Nightclub in Manhattan’s Moxy Hotel, shortly after the alleged brawl occurred.
The attorney also alleges that the driver who was in the vehicle at the time of the alleged assault was willing to testify that the “Devotion” star “never” “never hit” or “raised her hip” in any way whatsoever to her ex-girlfriend. sound.”
Despite Chaudhry’s allegations, the alleged victim was given a full temporary restraining order last month.