Chris Noth Dropped From CBS’ ‘The Equalizer’ – The Hollywood Reporter

Chris Noth is out of the CBS drama Equalizer The actor is facing allegations of sexual assault.

Chris Noth is no longer filming additional episodes of EqualizerCBS and Universal, which produces the series, said in a statement Monday. He will appear in another episode of the show which has completed production.

The decision comes four days after The Hollywood Reporter A story detailing allegations of sexual assault of Noth by two women: one who says that Noth sexually assaulted her in 2004 in Los Angeles, and another who alleges that he assaulted her in his New York apartment in 2015. Noth denied the accusations in a statement to THR: The accusations made against me by individuals I have met for years and even decades are categorically false. …the encounters were consensual. It is hard not to question the timing of the publication of these stories. I do not know for sure why they appear now, but I know this: I did not attack these women.”

After the story was published, Noth was dropped as a client of the A3 Artists Agency. An ad he filmed for Peloton – released following his character’s departure from HBO Max’s Sex and the City sequel and like that – Also removed from the fitness company’s social media channels.

The two women did not know each other and called them THR Separately, months apart – they both use pseudonyms to stay private. All of them said he was turned on after seeing news of Noth reprising his role as Big in and like that.

Nuth played William Bishop, a former CIA wizard and longtime friend of the main character Robin McCall (Queen Latifah), in Equalizer.

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