Thursday, January 27

Sex and the City Actresses Speak Out on Allegations of Sexual Abuse | Digital Trends Spanish


The three protagonists of the new version of the series Sex and the city -call And Just Like That– They have finally raised their voices about what happened to actor Chris Noth, who played the character called Mr. Big in the series, and who has been accused of sexual abuse by two women.

In a post on their Instagram stories, actresses Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon said they were “deeply saddened to hear the allegations against Chris Noth. We support the women who have come forward and shared their unfortunate experiences. We know that revealing something like this is very difficult and we praise them for it. “

The situation has escalated beyond the series and has splashed into third parties. One of them is the stationary bike brand Peloton, which published an ad a few weeks ago on social networks that alluded to the death of Mr. Big’s character, precisely on a bicycle. This announcement was immediately withdrawn after the accusations came to light.

On the other hand, in Variety They report that the actor also lost his role in the series The Equalizer, after the accusations. Noth will only appear in the already recorded chapters of the series that airs on CBS, but will not continue into production.

In any case, the actor has defended himself by denying the accusations. In a statement, he indicated that these are categorically false, although he did acknowledge that sexual relations existed but that they were absolutely consensual. “It doesn’t always mean no, and that’s a line I’ve never crossed.”

This new controversy around Sex and the city It is the second after the reason for the absence of the fourth protagonist, played in the past by actress Kim Catrall, was revealed.

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