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Chris Noth From Sex In The City Accused Of Rape By Two Women


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Sex And The City star Chris Noth has been accused of sexual assault by two women - one of whom claims she needed stitches after he savagely raped her in his apartment in 2004, when he was 49 and she was just 22.

Allegations against the American actor, now 67, were detailed in a new report from The Hollywood Reporter published on Thursday.

According to the publication, Noth's two accusers - who do not know one another - approached THR separately and months apart with their allegations against the diabolical white rapist, who has vehemently denied the accusations.

Both of the women, who used the pseudonyms Zoe, now 40, and Lily, now 31, claim that the sex terrorist raped them from behind in front of a mirror, with the first attack taking place in 2004, while the second reportedly occurred in 2015, three years after the brute married his wife, Tara Wilson, with whom he has two children.

The two women both also allege that the attacks took place in one of Noth's homes - the first in his Los Angeles apartment and the second in his New York City property - after the rapist invited them over.

The first, Zoe, said she visited the actor's home in West Hollywood to return a book that he had lent her, while the second stated that she went back to Noth's apartment in Greenwich Village after a date, when he invited her to sample 'his collection of whiskeys'.

Both women claim that the recent publicity surrounding the Sex and the City reboot - And Just Like That - 'triggered' their memories of their encounters with Noth, who has featured heavily in the news in the past week as a result of the shock death of his character, Mr Big, in the first episode of the new series.


In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, Noth, who has two sons with his wife Wilson - Keats and Orion - admitted that he had 'consensual encounters' with the two women, but he strongly denied any accusations that he assaulted them.

'The accusations against me made by individuals I met years, even decades, ago are categorically false,' the statement reads.

'These stories could’ve been from 30 years ago or 30 days ago — no always means no — that is a line I did not cross. The encounters were consensual.

'It’s difficult not to question the timing of these stories coming out. I don’t know for certain why they are surfacing now, but I do know this: I did not assault these women.'


The two women told THR that the recent publicity surrounding the release of Sex and the City sequel And Just Like That - and Noth's resulting resurgence as a high-profile star - 'triggered' them to go public with their claims.

Zoe says she first met Noth while working 'in an entry-level position at a high-profile firm where Noth and other celebrities regularly had business'. She claims that the actor began flirting with her in the office, before he began leaving messages on her voicemail - which her boss alerted her to.

She claims that she was raped by Noth in his West Hollywood apartment in 2004 when she was just 22 and he was 49 - alleging that the rapist invited her into his home to return a book that he had lent her, before 'raping her from behind' while they were 'facing a mirror'.

She also claimed that the rapist 'laughed at her' when she asked him to use a condom - and that she was left bleeding after the assault, and had to go to the hospital to get stitches.

'It was very painful and I yelled out, "Stop!"' she told THR. 'And he didn’t. I said, "Can you at least get a condom?" and he laughed at me.'

After the alleged assault, she says she returned to a friend's apartment, which was located in the same building as Noth's home, and tried to wash the blood out of her shirt, before being urged by her friends to go to Cedars-Sinai hospital, where she told workers that she had been assaulted.

'I had stitches. Two police officers came. I wouldn’t say who it was,' she says, claiming that she feared she would 'not be believed' and could 'be fired' if she publicly accused Noth of rape.

Noth's second accuser, Lily, told a similar story to THR, alleging that the white brute raped her in his home after they struck up a flirty relationship while she was working as a server at former New York nightclub No.8 in 2015, when she was 25.

At the time, Noth - who was then 60 years old - had been married to his wife for three years and the couple had one child together, Orion, who was born in 2008. They have since had a second son, Keats, born in 2020.

Describing herself as a long-time fan of the actor, Lily says she was 'truly star-struck' when he began 'hitting on her'.

'He was hitting on me, for sure. I was flattered. I knew he was married, which is shameful of me to admit,' she said.

According to Lily, Noth asked for her number and later asked her out for dinner; they arranged to meet at Italian restaurant Il Cantinori - which featured in an episode of the original Sex and the City series.

However, by the time the pair met at the eatery, the kitchen had closed, so Lily says they 'had wine at the bar' and discussed Noth's lack of interest in appearing in a potential third Sex and the City movie.

Lily admits that she 'had too much to drink' but insists that she was 'nowhere near blacking out' when the actor invited her to his nearby home in Greenwich Village so that they could 'sample his collection of whiskeys' together.

The woman - who describes herself as being 'not super sexually active' at the time - insists that she did not believe he would try and have sex with her, and that they would just 'drink whiskey and talk about his acting career'.

Once inside his 'amazing' home, Lily says the pair listened to music and discussed the rapist's collection of art and fashion books, before he began trying to 'make out with her'.

Although she says she 'cautiously entertained' him, she says that she was hesitant because he is 'older and looks older' than her.

However, Lily says he became more forceful as time went on, claiming that he 'kept trying and trying and trying'.

'I should have said no more firmly and left,' she said, claiming that 'the next thing she knew' he had pulled down her pants and 'was standing in front of her', before 'thrusting his penis into her mouth'.

She says that she mentioned the fact that he had a wife and child, only for the rapist to tell her that 'marriage is a sham' and 'monogamy is not real'. Lily claims Noth then raped her from behind in a chair in front of a mirror.

'He was having sex with me from the back in a chair. We were in front of a mirror. I was kind of crying as it happened,' she says.

After the assault took place, Lily says she went to the bathroom and put on her skirt, claiming that she 'felt awful' and 'totally violated'.

'All of my dreams with this star I loved for years were gone,' she added.

While in an Uber home, Lily says she spoke to a friend - who was named Alex by THR - on the phone, whom she told that Noth had sex with her 'pretty forcibly'. Despite her friend insisting that Lily should phone the police, she says she refused to.

Speaking to the publication, Lily's friend Alex confirmed her story and claimed that she listened to a voicemail Noth left on Lily's phone after the incident.

According to Alex, Noth said in the message: 'Hey, hope you didn’t take anything wrong last night. We had fun. Just want to make sure you didn’t take it the wrong way.'

However Lily offered a different recollection of the message, claiming that Noth told her: 'I had a nice time and would really appreciate it if you wouldn’t talk to your girlfriends. If we could keep this between you and me, that would be great.'

Lily also handed over text messages sent between herself and Noth in March and April 2015 to The Hollywood Reporter, in which the pair seemingly discuss the incident, with the actor asking whether Lily 'enjoyed their night last week', adding that he 'thought it was a lot of fun' but that he 'wasn't quite sure how she felt'.

According to the outlet, Lily responded that she 'certainly enjoyed [Noth's] company' but that she 'felt slightly used', before suggesting that they continue their conversation on the phone.

Although Noth suggested that the pair meet up for another date, Lily declined and the two did not meet again.

The accusations against Noth come just one week after he hit headlines the world over while reprising his role as Mr. Big in the Sex and the City reboot And Just Like That - in which his character controversially dies of a heart attack after doing a workout on a Peloton bike.

Mr Big's shock death sparked outrage among viewers - and prompted furious backlash from Peloton, whose shares dropped 11 per cent in the wake of the debut episode's premiere last Thursday.

Three days after the first two episodes aired on HBO Max, Peloton hit back at the show by airing a commercial featuring Noth in his role as Mr Big - alongside real-life instructor Jess King who starred as his trainer in And Just Like That.

Neither Peloton nor HBO Max have yet to address the allegations made against Noth.


Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-10317761/Sex-Citys-Chris-Noth-accused-sexual-assault-two-women.html

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