One year after se*ual assault allegations, Chris Noth has not been charged or sued


One year after se*ual assault allegations, Chris Noth has not been charged or sued

A year after multiple women accused Chris Noth of se*ual assault, no criminal charges have been filed against the actor and no civil action has been taken. In December 2021, Noth attended with his wife Tara Wilson the premiere of the continuation of the hit series "S*x and the City" called "I Tek Tako..." where he reprised the role of Face.

However, just a week later, two women accused him of se*ual assault, and the story was published by The Hollywood Reporter. A total of five women said Noth accosted them. In a January 2022 Rolling Stone magazine story, many women claimed the actor was known for hanging around bars and trying to grope women.

As a result, he lost all his jobs - his role in the series "I Tek Tako...", "The Equalizer" and his advertisement for Peleton was withdrawn.

The actor was never contacted by the police.

“At this point I have not filed any civil case against Chis Noth,” lawyer Gloria Allred told Page Six, who represents singer Lisa Gentile.

The singer claimed that the actor attacked her in 2002 in her apartment in New York. “Chris lost every job he was given, but he has never been served with a lawsuit and there has never been a criminal complaint filed.

There have been no claims settled,” a Hollywood insider said. “If one of the women had gone to the police, [authorities] would have had an obligation to investigate regardless of the fact that the statute of limitations may have passed.

But there was nothing”. She added, “In general, the absence of a police report or civil lawsuit is not proof that accusations are false. There are many reasons that accusers do not file lawsuits, and do not wish to file a police report.

“In addition, under the recent law passed in New York, the ‘Adult Survivors Act,’ some accusers may decide to file a lawsuit in the future. No accuser is legally required to contact the police or file a lawsuit”.

Noth said in a statement to Page Six last year: “The accusations against me made by individuals I met years, even decades, ago are categorically false … The encounters were consensual”.