Following repeated sexual assault charges, Chris Noth’s presence in the And Just Like That… conclusion was cut.
He didn’t get the job!
Following a slew of terrible sexual assault allegations levelled against Chris Noth since the revival’s series premiere, Mr Big’s final cameo has been cut from the season finale of And Just Like That…
The last episode, according to TVLine, follows Carrie Bradshaw as she “ventures to Paris’ Pont des Arts bridge to throw Big’s ashes into the Seine river,” and was supposed to contain a fantasy sequence of Big appearing to his widowed wife so that she might finally obtain closure from his unexpected death.
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HBO executives In light of recent developments, Max apparently concluded that “the scant footage Noth had filmed with Parker on-site in Paris was not vital to the scenario” and decided to discard it.
This comes after four women — Zoe, Ava, Lily, and Lisa Gentile — each accused Noth of sexual abuse between 2002 and 2015. Despite his claims that the allegations are false, the Sex and the City veteran has been dismissed from The Equalizer and terminated by A3 Artists Agency.
Aside from the heinous rape allegations, Noth, 67, has also been accused of acting inappropriately on set by his co-star Zoe Lister-Jones on Law and Order. He was frequently “drunk on set,” according to the actress, and he had clumsily sniffed her neck and told her she smelt good while they were working together.
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Beverly Johnson, Noth’s ex-girlfriend, is claimed to have obtained a restraining order against him in the early 1990s for allegedly assaulting her, threatening to “disfigure her,” and threatening to murder her dog.
As previously reported by OK!, Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis, Noth’s fellow SATC actresses, have broken their silence to express their support for the women who have come forward to tell they’re sad stories.
The statement stated, “We are profoundly disappointed to learn about the claims against Chris Noth.” “We stand behind the ladies who have spoken up about their own experiences. We recognize that it must be a difficult task, and we applaud them for it.”