Chris Noth Fired at ‘The Equalizer’ — Sexual Assault, Bishop Leaving

Chris Noth has been deleted from Equalizer.

For two seasons, the actor played William Bishop, friend and former CIA wizard to lead Lady Queen Latifah Robin, on CBS’s procedural channel, but was removed from the cast after three women made sexual assault allegations against him. Sex and the City star.

Chris Noth is no longer filming additional episodes of EqualizerUniversal Television and CBS said in a joint statement Monday. studios has no further comments.

Nothing will be seen in an upcoming episode of the series that has already been filmed, as well as future iterations of episodes that have already aired.

Two women came forward last week and told The Hollywood Reporter Their stories about how Noth raped them, one in 2004 and one in 2015. Days later, a third woman came forward and accused Noth of sexually assaulting her while she was a hostess in a Manhattan restaurant. In response, Peloton recently pulled an ad starring Noth from its social media channels, stating that “every accusation of sexual assault should be taken seriously.”

Knuth categorically denies the allegations, saying in a statement when news of the allegations first broke: “The accusations against me by individuals I’ve met years, even decades, are categorically false. These stories could have been 30 years or 30 days ago— Don’t always mean no – that’s the line I didn’t cross. The encounters were consensual. It’s hard not to question the timing of these stories being published. I don’t know for sure why they’re showing up now, but I know this: I didn’t assault these women.”

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