Chris Noth was fired from 'The Equalizer' after allegations of sexual assault

After being accused of sexual assault by two women, 'Sex And The City' star Chris Noth has been fired from the series 'The Equalizer.' According to sources, Noth will appear in one original upcoming episode of the series that has already been produced, as well as future encores of earlier shown episodes, but will no longer be a part of the programme.

The Hollywood Reporter published a detailed investigation on December 16 in which two women, under the pseudonyms 'Zoe' and 'Lily,' approached the newspaper months apart and related their sexual assault charges against Noth.

The assaults, they said, took place in Los Angeles in 2004 and New York in 2015. In a response to The Hollywood Reporter, Noth disputed the charges, calling them "categorically untrue" and stating that the interactions were voluntary. "The allegations made against me by people I met years, if not decades ago are categorically false," he stated.

Noth continued: "No means no, and that is a boundary I did not cross. These events may have happened 30 years ago or 30 days ago. The interactions were mutually beneficial. It's tough not to be suspicious of the timing of these reports. I'm not sure why they're appearing now, but one thing is certain: I did not abuse these women."

Noth starred as William Bishop in the sequel of 'The Equalizer,' which premiered in February 2021 and starred Queen Latifah. He's most known for playing Mr. Big on 'Sex and the City,' and he just recreated the character in the sequel 'And Just Like That,' only to be murdered by a Peloton-inflicted cardiac arrest. Noth also starred in a commercial for the workout equipment company, which was produced by Ryan Reynolds and his marketing firm, Maximum Effort.

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