The actor Chris Noth (Chris Noth), best known for his role “Mister Big” in a row Sex and the City, he denied publication of the Hollywood Reporter, according to which he sexually abused two women, the 2004 and 2015.
In the report, two unnamed women (using pseudonyms) claim to have been abused by the actor in Los Angeles and New York in 2004 and 2015. Both said that Noth’s return to the TV series sparked memories of their experiences. with him.
One of the women, who uses the nickname “Zoe”, said she was 22 when she met Noth in 2004 while working for a celebrity company. He claimed that he invited her to the pool of the residential complex where he lived and later kissed her and had sex with her against her will.
The second woman, “Lily”, was a waitress in a New York club when Noth asked her out on a date, in 2015. Later she went to his apartment and they had sex, but she left feeling “like to have raped her “.
Neither of the two women reported the incident to police at the time.
Noth claims that his contacts with the two women were consensual. “The accusations against me by people I met years ago, even decades ago, are categorically false. No always means no and this is a line I do not cross. “The meetings were consensual,” he said in a statement.
“It’s hard not to wonder how long these stories have been around. I do not know for sure why they appeared now, but I know this: I did not attack these women“, Added the 67-year-old Noth.
Dozens of men, artists, politicians and businessmen have been accused of sexual misconduct in recent years, especially after the emergence of the movement. #MeToo, in 2017.