Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristen Davis have spoken out en masse regarding sexual assault allegations against actor Chris Noth.
The three stars of And Just Like That… released a joint statement on Monday.
“We are deeply saddened to hear the allegations against Chris Noth,” the short ad began.
Conclusion: We support women who have come forward and shared their traumatic experiences. We know it must be very challenging and we applaud them for that. Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristen Davis.
Noth’s famous Mr. Page character was killed in the first episode of the Sex and the City revival, titled And Just Like That…, earlier this month.
‘We Support Women’: Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristen Davis break their silence over Chris Noth’s sexual assault allegations (pictured, December 9, 2021)
Speaking: On Monday, the three main stars of And Just Like That… spoke out in support of the women who made the allegations.
Last week, Noth, 67, was accused of rape by two women, both of whom shared details of their alleged assaults with The Hollywood Reporter — with one woman saying she was only 22 when Noth, then 49, attacked her, leaving her needy. stitches.
The report led another woman to come forward and accuse Noth of groping her, while actress Zoe Lister-Jones recalled behavior that made her call him a “predator”.
Both defendants in the THR report alleged that Noth had sex with them from behind in front of a mirror, the first attack allegedly occurring in 2004, while the second attack reportedly occurred in 2015, three years after Noth married his wife Tara Wilson, with whom he has two children.
Noth returned to the small screens recently in the reboot of Sex And The City, and like that…
The two women also allege that the attacks took place at one of Noth’s homes – one at his Los Angeles apartment and the second at his New York City property – after the actor invited them.
Both women claim that the recent publicity surrounding the Sex and the City reboot – and just like that – ‘triggered painful memories’ of their encounters with Noth, which came to prominence in the news last week as a result of the sudden death of his character Mr. Page in the first episode. From the new series.
In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, Noth, who has two sons with Wilson – Keats and Orion – admitted that he had “consensual encounters” with the two women in the Hollywood Reporter story, both of which occurred while he was in his affair with his wife, but vehemently denied any accusations of assaulting her. .
“The accusations made against me by individuals I’ve met for years or even decades are categorically false,” the statement read.
These stories could have been 30 years or 30 days ago – doesn’t always mean no – that’s the line I haven’t crossed. The meetings were consensual.
It is hard not to question the timing of the publication of these stories. I do not know for sure why they appear now, but I do know this: I did not attack these women.
On Friday, a third woman came forward and accused Nuth of molesting her at a Manhattan restaurant in 2010 when she was 18.
Just Like That sparked controversy after killing Noth’s character in the first episode after his character trained on his Peloton bike.
The 30-year-old Canadian technology manager alleged that Noth, then 55, repeatedly molested her while she was working as a hostess at the downtown Da Marino restaurant, the Daily Beast first reported.
She alleges that Nuth took off her tights, touched them, and grabbed them so tightly that after she managed to push and kick him away, she “hurt her limbs in the morning.”
He was also accused of beating and threatening to kill and defame his ex-girlfriend, model Beverly Johnson between 1990 and 1995, according to an article that appeared online this week.
The shells caused his agency, A3 Artists Agency, to shoot him down, and an old friend of the actor told The Sun that Noth’s wife, Tara Wilson, might not be spending Christmas with him.
It also led to the loss of a $12 million deal to sell his tequila brand.
Entertainment Arts Research, Inc. , a Nevada-based beverage company that often buys popular beverage brands, said Sunday it would immediately end discussions to buy Noth’s Ambhar tequila.
“At this point in time, it does not make sense for us to proceed with this transaction in light of the allegations, which should be taken very seriously,” EARI CEO Bernard Rubin said in a press release. “However, we continue to search for spirit brands that fit the ethos of ERI’s social responsibility.”