The new reboot of Sex and the City was supposed to be about revisiting old friends and catching up. Things change over time. “And Just Like That…” was based on that premise. The series portrays older, more mature characters who may have been different in the past, but have grown as they aged. Now Big is in some huge trouble.

Chris Noth played the role of the iconic “Mr. Big” in the series and in the reboot. Things have changed for him in real life, as well as on the show. He was recently accused by two women of sexual assaults that occurred over a series of years. As a result, he was dropped by his talent agency.

A third woman has now stepped forward with similar allegations against the actor. She told The Daily Beast that her encounter with Noth occurred in 2010. The woman first talked about the allegations the day after. After additional allegations came to light, the 30-year-old victim shared her experience once again.

“I cannot remember in detail how many times we spoke, but with great familiarity, one night he told my boss I would sing with him even though I hadn’t filled the restaurant yet…

The woman alleged that Noth was waiting in the restaurant’s office as she was cleaning up for the night. He portrayed it as if the two had snuck off together in secret. She doesn’t remember it that way.

“At first, it felt as though I was the only person in the universe who could hear me saying no. I was so hopeful that would be the end of it.”

According to the accuser, that was not the end of it. Noth continued to grope her and ultimately sexually assaulted her right there in the office. She said she experienced physical pain the following morning from the attack.

The allegations against Chris Noth are damning. Multiple women in several locations have shared similar stories about his misconduct. Noth has denied any wrongdoing.

Hollywood stars taking advantage of young women is nothing new. It is disappointing to hear these allegations against Chris Noth. Time will tell if he will be forced to face legal consequences for these alleged atrocities.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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