Sex and the City star Chris Noth accused of sexual assault by two women

Actor Chris Noth, who plays Mr. Big in Sex and the City, has been accused of sexually assaulting two women, according to a new report.

Actor Chris Noth, who starred as “Mr. Big” on Sex and the City, has been accused of sexual assault by two women, according to a new report just days after the release of the much-anticipated spin-off of the HBO show.

The 67-year-old TV veteran reportedly hunted down two starstruck young women – one in 2004 and the other in 2015 – by luring them into private areas where he forced himself on them, Hollywood Reporter said on Thursday.

Noth – whose character . was killed in the first episode of And just like that… – It is alleged that he was so mistreated with a woman that he shed her blood and he needed treatment in the hospital, New York Post Report.

The other woman said she was dropped as “absolutely violated” but did not report it after calling and leaving her a message trying to downplay what happened.

The actor, beloved by millions of women, has “categorically denied” claims to play the love interest in Sarah Jessica Parker’s Carrie Bradshaw character.

But the woman – who is claimed to have been attacked in 2004 – has only been identified as Zoe Bye. heart – It is said that Nath made him feel cruel.

“It was so painful and I screamed, ‘Wait! Recalls the woman who said she was inspired to speak up after all the hype surrounding the new HBO Max series.

“And he didn’t. I said, ‘Can you at least get a condom?’ And he laughed at me.”

Zoe says she was only 22 when she met a 49-year-old Knuth in 2004 while working as an assistant at a talent agency.

Noth had grabbed her phone number and molested her.

“It was the peak sex and the City, said Zoe’s former boss at the time. “He was like a god to us.”

Zoe alleges that in August 2004, she took her best friend to sunbathe by the pool at No’s West Hollywood apartment complex – but things changed when she asked him to bring her a book upstairs.

He alleged that when she went upstairs, he tried to kiss her. She tried to walk away and back to her friend, but Noth dragged her toward the bed and pulled off her shorts and bikini bottoms, raping her from behind, heart Reported.

Zoe said that it was a traumatic experience being mocked by Noth for requesting a condom.

When it was over, he said: “I realized I had blood on my shirt. I left from there.”

Her best friend, who had come from college, reportedly told her “You’re scaring me.”

That friend, now a child psychologist in Boston, told THR that she took Zoe to the hospital.

“She wouldn’t talk. She wouldn’t make eye contact. When we got in the car, I started stifling her: ‘You have to tell me what happened. Something’s wrong.’ I don’t remember his words, but I said, ‘I’m going to take you to the hospital.'”

The friends went to Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, where Zoe told employees she had been assaulted. “I had stitches. Two police officers came. I wouldn’t say who it was,” Zoe said.

Afraid that she would not be believed – and possibly fired – if she made the public accusation, Zoe remained silent and left the hospital with a consultation brochure and medication. Cedar told THR that it does not hold records dating back to 2004.

According to Zoe’s former boss, Zoe calls her later that day and tells her that Noth attacked her, although Zoe doesn’t remember making that call.

“I was driving past Soho House, and I think I stopped and pulled over because it was so awful,” said its former owner.

“She was very upset, in shock. I was in shock.” But at Zoe’s request, she did not tell anyone about the attack. “I was 25 at the time. It was a lot. I didn’t know what to do.”

After suffering nightmares and flashbacks, Zoe went to the UCLA Rape Crisis Center for counseling in 2006.

“I buried it for as long as I could, and then I wasn’t doing really well and eventually went to the ER-recommended treatment,” she said.

Julie Banks, clinical director of the Rape Treatment Center, has confirmed that the center treated her.

After treatment, Zoe again tries to suppress the memory, but memories of the alleged attack are only recently rekindled by seeing Noth in the spotlight.

Another woman, known as Lily, told THR that she met Noth at the age of 25 while working as a server in the VIP section of the now-closed New York nightclub Number 8 in 2015 Was.

He was already married to wife Tara Wilson – whom he married in 2012 – and Lily said he was starstruck, adding: “He was definitely hitting on me. I was flattered. I knew he was married, which is a shame for me to admit.”

Nath, then 60, took her number and asked her. “I was like, ‘That’s crazy, Mr. Big is asking me to dinner,'” she recalled.

He asked her to meet him at Il Cantinori, which, as a fan of the show, Lily knew was the setting for the episode “SATC” where Carrie threw her 30th birthday party.

By the time Lily arrived, the kitchen was closed and they had drank in the bar as she said Noth had spoken out about not appearing in the third “SATC” film.

Then he reportedly asked her to sample his whiskey at his Greenwich Village apartment. “I wasn’t super sexually active, not wild and crazy. I thought, ‘We’re going to drink whiskey and talk about his acting career.’ It sounds so stupid,” Lily told THR.

She said: “He tried to have a relationship with me. I carefully entertained it. He is old and looks old. He kept trying and trying and trying, and I should have said no more strongly and walked away. And then the next thing I found out, he took off his pants and was standing in front of me. He put his penis in her mouth, he claimed.

Lily said that she brought that she is married with children. He had only one son at the time – Orion – with Wilson.

“They said marriage is a sham. Monogamy is not real.” Lily told THR.

She alleged that before she knew it, “he was having sex with me from behind in a chair. We were in front of a mirror. I was crying when it happened.”

When it was over, she said: “I went to the bathroom and put on my skirt. I was feeling terrible. completely violated. With this star all my dreams that I had loved for years are gone. ,

Her friend Alex said he called her an Uber frenzy and told her that Noth had “very forced” sex with her. Alex says they should call the police – but Lily refuses. Lily says she doesn’t remember calling.

By the next day, Alex said that Lily had started trying to downplay the incident. “She said, ‘I’m overreacting, just forget it. But Alex says he heard a voicemail that Noth had left on Lily’s phone. “It was like, ‘Hey, hope you didn’t do anything wrong last night. We had fun. Just want to make sure you didn’t take it the wrong way.'” To Alex, it seemed like “very More like, ‘I know I did something bad, but I’m trying to make it seem like it wasn’t a big deal.'”

Lily said. “He left a voicemail saying, ‘I had a great time and would really appreciate it if you wouldn’t talk to your girlfriends. If we could keep it between you and me, that would be great,’ ‘ He said.

THR reviewed Noth and Lilly’s exchanged texts in March and April 2015. In one, Noth conveyed the message: “Well I have to ask if you enjoyed our night out last week. I thought it was a lot of fun but I wasn’t quite sure how you felt.”

Lily replied: “Hmm… I definitely enjoyed your company. Great conversation. Not to elaborate on text messages, but I felt a little used… Maybe it’s a phone conversation.” Better in form but I can’t speak at the moment.

Noth noted in hopes of meeting again for dinner or drinks. Lily continued to respond in a friendly but non-committal manner. At one point, she agreed to have dinner, then it was cancelled. He continued to avoid her, and they never met again.

“It doesn’t have to be at my place if you want to drink later… though the best whiskey I’ve ever had,” he wrote in an exchange. “Bring me a drink before I leave” [town], Oh mystical… where did you go? ,

In a statement to Page Six, Noth said: “The allegations against me by people I met years ago, even decades ago, are clearly false. These stories were either 30 years ago or 30 years ago. Could have been days earlier – doesn’t always mean no – that’s a line I didn’t cross. The meetings were consensual. It’s hard not to question the timing of these stories coming out. I don’t know for sure. That’s why they’re coming out now, but I know this: I didn’t beat up on these women.

HBO Max had no comment.

This article originally appeared on New York Post and was reproduced with permission

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