Chris Noth’s Ex Beverly Johnson’s 1995 Restraining Order: Details

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as Chris NothHis alleged history of sexual abuse continues to make headlines, his ex-wife Beverly JohnsonThe 1995 restraining order re-emerged.

The model, now 69, dated Noth, now 67, from 1990 to 1995, filed a temporary restraining order against him in Los Angeles Superior Court in August. At the time, Johnson requested that the actress stay 500 yards away from her, her daughter, Anansa Sims, and their dog, claiming that Sex and the City The alum had made threats against them.

“Chris Noth punched me in the chest and ribs, wounding me, making it hard to breathe, punching and bruising my face and body forcing me to seek medical attention,” the New York native claimed in documents, which were obtained by Sixth page On Tuesday, December 21, “On July 27, 1995, he made repeated threats to my life as he would make up to 25 calls a day and threaten to kill me. [and] ruin my face. [He] threatened with death [the] dog.”

Johnson also asked the court to compel Nuth to “not make calls to others threatening them against me. Refrain from defaming my character + good reputation.”

In October 1995, the judge signed the provisional application. Noth’s lawyer confirmed to us weekly On Tuesday, the couple agreed to “mutual restraining orders,” with Johnson’s representative explaining that the arrangement “continued into 2017.” (A representative for Noth claimed that an accident occurred between the now-exes at the 1993 premiere The Carlito method.)

Both Nuth and his ex-girlfriend agreed to the terms of the order, and pledged to stay at least 500 yards from each other and any family members, as well as from the other party’s place of residence and workplace. The former spouses were asked not to “call, harass, attack, hit, threaten, sexually assault, hit, telephone or disturb the other’s peace”, and agreed to avoid making derogatory remarks about each other.

The judge declared at the time, “Neither party shall make any derogatory statements about the other of any kind or description of another person or entity nor encourage or participate in any party making any such derogatory comments about the other to any third person or entity.” .

Johnson’s previous claims have been retold after and like that The star was accused of sexually assaulting several women. On Thursday, December 16, two women shared their purported experience with The Hollywood Reporter, with an alleged victim claiming she felt “violated” after having sex with Noth at his New York City apartment in 2015. (married Tara Wilson In 2012.)

Zoe, the other defendant, allegedly Good wife The guy “laughed” when she suggested he wear a condom during their supposed meeting in 2004. She said THR She went to the hospital to report the assault, but did not reveal Nuth’s name at the time.

Wisconsin native, who was eliminated from CBS Equalizer Amid the allegations, he denied any wrongdoing in a statement to we. He claimed that “the accusations leveled at me by individuals I have met years, even decades, are categorically false.” “These stories could have been 30 years or 30 days ago – doesn’t always mean no – that’s the line I haven’t crossed.”

Noth continued, “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 do know this: I didn’t assault these women.”

The accusations led to professional consequences, with Peloton canceling the star-studded Ad Noth following the movie’s premiere and like that. Several of his colleagues spoke out amid the controversy, including Cynthia NixonAnd Sarah Jessica Parker And Kristen Davis, who issued a joint statement after an alleged third victim came forward. (Noth denied the allegations I made Daily Beast Friday, December 17th.)

“We are deeply saddened to hear the allegations against Chris Noth,” the trio said via their Instagram Stories on Monday, December 20. We know it’s very difficult to do and we commend them for that.”

If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673).

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