Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis issued matching statements in regards to the sexual assault allegations made towards Chris Noth.
On Monday, Dec. 20, the celebs of Intercourse and the Metropolis issued matching statements to their respective social media accounts addressing the allegations towards their co-star, whose character, Mr. Massive, was killed off And Simply Like That… within the premiere episode. They said, “We’re deeply saddened to listen to the allegations towards Chris Noth. We help the ladies who’ve come ahead and shared their painful experiences. We all know it should be a really troublesome factor to do and we commend them for it.”
Parker, Nixon and Davis are the primary stars of And Simply Like That to handle the allegations—apart from Noth, who has denied the claims.
And Simply Like That… actress Bridget Moynahan declined to remark on the accusations throughout an Elle interview revealed on Dec. 17, saying, “It could be inappropriate for me to touch upon issues I haven’t got any information of.”
The celebrities broke their silence 4 days after The Hollywood Reporter revealed the accounts of two girls, who used pseudonyms when discussing the alleged assaults they are saying happened in 2004 and 2015, respectively. In accordance with the outlet, the 2 girls individually reached out to them and have no idea one another.
E! Information didn’t converse with these girls and has not confirmed their identities.
Actress Zoe Lister-Jones additionally accused Noth of being “consistently sexually inappropriate with a fellow feminine promoter” and alleged he was “drunk on set” once they visitor starred on Legislation & Order.
In response to the actress’ claims, a supply near Noth advised E! Information, “This looks like an apparent try and insert themselves into the dialog, and to allege Chris was drunk on the set of Legislation & Order can also be simply as unfaithful.”
Noth has additionally denied the allegations. “The accusations towards me made by people I met years, even many years, in the past are categorically false. These tales may’ve been from 30 years in the past or 30 days in the past—no all the time means no—that may be a line I didn’t cross. The encounters had been consensual. It is troublesome to not query the timing of those tales popping out,” Noth mentioned in an announcement. “I do not know for sure why they’re surfacing now, however I do know this: I didn’t assault these girls.”
Noth has since been dropped from the A3 Artists Company. Moreover, CBS and Common Tv advised E! Information on Monday, “Chris Noth will no longer film additional episodes of The Equalizer, efficient instantly.”