Chris Noth is out equalizer.
The regular series has been dismissed from the CBS drama following allegations of sexual assault against the actor.
Nuth played William Bishop in the drama Queen Latifah, which is produced by Universal Television in association with CBS Television Studios.
Chris Noth is no longer filming additional episodes of equalizer, Universal Television and CBS said in a short statement.
It is understood that Noth will appear in one upcoming original episode of the drama, which has aired seven episodes of its second season and is currently on hiatus, in addition to repeating future episodes that have already aired.
It comes after two women detailed sexual assault allegations – a decade apart – against Sex and the City Actor in a story on THR. The two women accused Nuth of rape in Los Angeles in 2004 and New York City in 2015.
Law and order Actress Zoe Lister Jones also accused Nuth of sexually inappropriate behavior just hours after the allegations.
It was then dropped by his agency – A3 Artists Agency – and had an ad he filmed for Peleton.
Noth recently re-enacted satk Mr. Big’s role in the follow-up to HBO Max …and like thatDespite suffering a fatal heart attack in the opening episode of the series.
Knuth, who hired Lavely & Singer attorney Andrew Brettler to represent him, described the events as “consensual” and added “the accusations made against me by individuals I have met years, even decades, are categorically false.”