- A New York performer blamed “Sex and the City” entertainer Chris Noth for grabbing her almost 20 years prior and taking steps to destroy her vocatio.
On Thursday, a New York performer blamed “Sex and the City” entertainer Chris Noth for grabbing her almost 20 years prior and taking steps to destroy her vocation, assuming that she educated anybody regarding their experience.
Artist lyricist Lisa Gentile made the allegation following a Dec. 16 Hollywood Reporter story that said two ladies, whose genuine names they didn’t reveal, had blamed Noth for rape in 2004 and 2015.
Noth referred to those charges as “completely false.”
The entertainer’s agents had no remark on Thursday about the allegations from Gentile, who talked at a news meeting on Zoom with lawyer Gloria Allred.
Gentile said she met Noth in 1998 at a New York City eatery they regularly visited.
One night in 2002, the entertainer offered her a ride home and requested to see her loft.
She said Noth kissed her, “coercively pulled” her against him, and started pressing her bosoms. “I got his hands with my hands and attempted to stop it,” she said.
Gentile said Noth additionally pushed her hands toward his penis. “I at last figured out how to drive them away and escape his grip and holler, ‘No, I don’t need this.'”
She said Noth “raged” out and called her the following day, saying he would “ruin her vocation,” assuming she informed anybody regarding what had occurred.
Noth, 67, is known for playing Mr. Big, the hit or miss significant other of Sarah Jessica Parker’s Carrie Bradshaw, in the HBO TV series and new continuation “And Just Like That.”
Noth had said the experiences definite in The Hollywood Reporter were consensual and that “no consistently implies no – that is a line I didn’t cross.”
Parker and co-stars Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis said in an assertion on Monday that they were “profoundly disheartened” to hear the charges made against Noth.