the actor Chris Noth He declines a report about his alleged feelings for his former co-stars Sex and the City and its sequel series And just like that. In December 2021, And just like that First shown on Max (then HBO Max), the show brought Noth back to reprise his role as Mr. Big. The character was shockingly written out of the series very early in the revival, even though the character was supposed to appear in the season finale through a flashback sequence. However, days after the movie premiere And just like thatNoth has been accused of sexual assault by two women.
Although Knuth denied the allegations, other defendants came forward with their own accusations of misconduct. Noth ended up losing a high-dollar deal for his tequila brand, as revealed as his planned return in the finale And just like that chopped off. The actor was also fired from his role in the TV series equalizer. He has not appeared in any major film or television production since then.
A recent Radar article claimed Noth is feeling “snow” by Sarah Jessica Parker and his other ex-mates, suggesting he’s upset that everyone has cut ties with him in the wake of the allegations. The report noted that Noth feels that Parker and the other cast members “owe him an apology” for their “brusque behaviour”, wondering why he wasn’t invited to their parties or even getting happy birthday texts. The report was later covered by the New York Post, and Noth took to Instagram to share a screenshot of the story while saying there was no truth to the news at all.
“Normally I don’t respond to that kind of thing,” says Knuth. “And I know people love drama and gossip…but this Samantha Abraham article is complete nonsense. Just thought you wanted to know.”
The Sex and the City stars have distanced themselves from Chris Noth
While it is not clear if there has been no contact between Noth and his former bandmates since 2021, the stars And just like that He publicly distanced himself from Noth at the time. Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon released a joint statement indicating how “deeply saddened” they were to hear of Noth’s accusations.
“We are deeply saddened to hear of the allegations against Chris Noth,” the statement read, with the three names signed at the bottom. “We support the women who have come forward and shared their traumatic experiences. We know it must be very difficult and we commend them for that.”
stars And just like that She moved on, having benefited from Mr. Big’s removal from the series before the accusations against him reached the press. The show was renewed after a successful first season, and Sex and the City The sequel series recently premiered its second season on Max.