Chris Noth loses role on CBS series as Sex and the City co-stars respond to sex assault allegations

Chris Noth, ideal known for his function as Mr. Major in Sexual intercourse and the City and its sequel And Just Like That, will no more time be section of the CBS series The Equalizer in the wake of sexual assault allegations against him.

Common Tv and CBS manufactured a joint announcement Monday that Noth would no extended be element of filming “effective instantly.”

Also on Monday, Noth’s Intercourse and the Metropolis co-stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis issued a joint statement on social media declaring they had been saddened by the allegations from Noth and supported his accusers.

“We support the ladies who have come forward and shared their agonizing ordeals,” explained a assertion signed by the three co-stars. “We know that it need to be a pretty complicated thing to do and we commend them for it.”

Noth has performed a former CIA director on The Equalizer, which stars Queen Latifah. He will surface in at the very least just one impending episode.

Noth’s reps had no immediate remark on The Equalizer decision.

Two women of all ages accused Noth of sexual assault in a story claimed last 7 days by The Hollywood Reporter. Noth vehemently denied the allegations, which date back again to 2004 and 2015.

“The accusations from me manufactured by folks I met a long time, even decades, back are categorically wrong,” Noth reported in a assertion to the Reporter. “These tales could’ve been from 30 many years back or 30 days ago — no constantly implies no — that is a line I did not cross.”

One particular of the gals who accused Noth of assaulting her stated his reprisal of his Mr. Huge character on the Sexual intercourse and the City sequel And Just Like That prompted her to speak out about the actor.

Noth’s demise in the very first episode of the clearly show led to prevalent notice.