Day in and day out, there are reports of rape-like sexual allegations on some celebrities. However, some are so unsubstantiated and some cases really have the basis. In the last one or two years, there have been many similar allegations in Bollywood and many cases of #MeToo have started coming to light. But what we are going to talk about today is a well-known Hollywood actor and his name is Chris Noth. Chris Noth, an actor of the web series 'Sex and the City,' has shown the way out of the finale premiere of HBO Max's series 'And Just Like That.' In fact, this is because he has been accused of sexual harassment by many women. According to media reports, actor Chris Noth's appearance in the episode of 3 Parwari has been cancelled.
Chris dropped out from the show: Chris Noth's character Mr Big has been removed from the premiere of the spin-off follow-up of 'Sex and the City,' which has been telecast on December 9. However, Noth's return is expected in the flashback scene set in Paris. HBO Max has completely declined to comment on these controversies. On the other hand, Chris Noth, who has been accused, has also categorically denied all these allegations as completely false and claimed that the encounters were consensual, he has previously been pulled out of the CBS reboot of The Equalizer. In the midst of these controversies, Noth has also been almost removed by the A3 Artist Agency.
Several women accused of sexual harassment: According to media reports, fitness brand Peloton had removed him a few days ago by deciding to remove his ad from her social media pages. Reports say that the woman who accused Chris Noth of sexual harassment had told 'a media' that she was asked to come forward after seeing her on the show. Among these women is a woman named Joe and Lily. Joe, now 40, says actor Chris Noth allegedly raped her in a West Hollywood apartment when she was 22. Lily, who is now 31, also said she was raped in 2015 at Greenwich village apartment in New York when she was just 25 years old and he was 60 years old at that time.