Chris Noth, ‘Sex and the City’ actor, denies allegations of rape of two women


“Sex and the City” actor Chris Noth, 67, was accused of sexual assault by two women. The artist, who returned to his Mr. Big character in the sequel to the “And Just Like That” series, vehemently denies that he harmed any of them.

The allegations were brought by two women to The Hollywood Reporter. According to one who goes by Zoe’s pseudonym Noth, in 2004 he began flirting with her in a Los Angeles office and later invited her to his apartment.

However, when they both got there, she says there was a sexual assault. She was 22 years old. First, according to the account, there was a kiss that she did not hesitate to return. But then he wouldn’t let her go, threw her on the bed, took off her clothes and raped her “from behind.”

“It was very painful and I yelled ‘stop.’ And he didn’t. I said, ‘can you at least get a condom?’ and he laughed at me,” she told the newspaper.

When the act was over, she says she noticed blood on her shirt. The young woman ran to a friend’s house in the same building, but she didn’t want to tell anyone what had happened. She says that she needed stitches and that, after the police arrived, she did not reveal who had harmed her.

The second case would have occurred in 2015 with a waitress who uses the pseudonym Lily. According to her account, who at the time was 25 years old, she was working in a nightclub in New York when the actor had invited her to his apartment after a night of drinking.

She says that he started flirting with her and that she was flattered at first that she was such a fan of his, even though she knew he was already married at the time. The ex-waitress reveals that she didn’t think he would want to sleep with her, just have a drink and talk about acting.

It was then that according to her account, the actor took off his pants and forced her to give him oral sex. Then they started to have a relationship. “He was having sex with me sitting in a chair. We were in front of a mirror. I was crying when it happened,” he said.

“I went to the bathroom and put on my skirt. I was feeling terrible. Totally violated. All my dreams of this star I loved for years are gone,” she amended.

Contacted by The Hollywood Reporter, Chris Noth denied all allegations and sent a note. In it, it says that everything that was said by the women is categorically false. “That’s a line I haven’t crossed. The meetings were consensual. It’s hard not to question the time these stories were published. “


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