- A3 Artists Agency has dropped actor Chris Noth, a consultant instructed Insider.
- Noth was accused of sexual assault by three ladies after the reboot premiere of “And Just Like That.”
- He has denied all the allegations.
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Chris Noth was dropped by his expertise company on Friday after three ladies got here ahead with sexual assault claims towards the actor.
A consultant for A3 Artists Agency confirmed to Insider that it parted methods with the “Sex and the City” star. “I can affirm that Chris Noth is now not a consumer,” the consultant stated by way of e mail.
Representatives for Chris Noth, 67, didn’t instantly reply to Insider’s request for remark.
The information comes after a 3rd lady accused Noth of sexually assaulting her in 2010 when she was 18 years previous, in accordance with The Daily Beast. A consultant for Noth didn’t instantly reply to Insider’s request for remark, however his publicist instructed The Daily Beast Noth “denies this as ever taking place and has no concept who this lady is.”
On Thursday The Hollywood Reporter revealed a report by which two ladies accused the actor of sexual assault.
The ladies, who have no idea one another and offered their allegations “months aside,” stated they got here ahead with their claims as a result of “And Just Like That” promotions had “stirred painful reminiscences of incidents” for them.
One lady, who spoke to The Hollywood Reporter below the pseudonym “Zoe,” claimed that Noth sexually assaulted her in 2004 when she was 22. The different lady, who used the pseudonym “Lily,” accused Noth of sexually assaulting her in 2015 when she was 25.
In a press release to Insider’s Rebecca Cohen and Esme Mazzeo, Noth denied the allegations from the 2 ladies and stated they have been false.
“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 at all times means no — that may be a line I didn’t cross,” the assertion reads.
“The encounters have been consensual. It’s tough to not query the timing of those tales popping out,” Noth continued within the assertion. “I do not know for sure why they’re surfacing now, however I do know this: I didn’t assault these ladies.”
Chris Noth and Sarah Jessica Parker seen on the set of “And Just Like That…” in New York City.
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The allegations towards Noth come after his character, Mr. Big, made his return within the “Sex and the City” reboot, “And Just Like That.”
In the premiere episode, followers have been shocked when Mr. Big out of the blue died after a exercise on his Peloton bike. Shortly after, Peloton shares plunged, and the corporate launched a press release that the corporate was unaware that one of its bikes would be used in the premiere.
After the episode, Peloton released a commercial featuring Noth, actor Ryan Reynolds, and Peloton teacher Jess King 48 hours after the episode premiered. The firm has since removed the ad from social media following the sexual assault allegations. Reynolds, who produced the advert by his Maximum Effort manufacturing firm, additionally deleted the posts from his Twitter and Instagram accounts, in accordance with Newsweek.
“Every single sexual assault accusation have to be taken severely. We have been unaware of those allegations once we featured Chris Noth in our response to HBO’s reboot,” a Peloton spokesperson instructed Variety. “As we search to study extra, we have now stopped selling this video and archived associated social posts.”