Sexual assault is mentioned in this article.
Chris Noth probably never anticipated how he would spend Christmas Day. He was accused of sexual assault by four separate women, including two who say they were raped by him, only days after making an appearance on the premiere episode of “And Just Like That.”
When the charges circulated in the media, Noth vigorously refuted them all. “The allegations made against me by people I met years ago, even decades ago, are wholly untrue.” This is a boundary I did not cross; these things may have happened 30 years ago or 30 days ago, “said he.” “The interactions were voluntary. It’s difficult to not wonder about the timing of these tales’ publication. I am unsure of why these are coming to light now, but I am positive of one thing: I did not abuse these ladies.
The 67-year-old actor was seen on December 22 strolling around his Massachusetts neighborhood and stated that he was “hoping” to spend Christmas with his wife, Tara Wilson. That doesn’t appear to have been the case, though.
Chris Noth was spotted alone on Christmas Day.
Chris Noth might be seen alone in New York City on Christmas Day in photos taken by the Daily Mail. He paused midway during what seemed to be a “lonely walk” to answer a call. He was spotted wearing his wedding ring, which may indicate that he is still attempting to mend fences with his wife.
In the meantime, Tara Wilson was also captured on camera a few days ago in close proximity to their Sherman Oaks, California, home. She didn’t, however, wear her wedding band like Noth did. In light of what was discovered, Wilson is not in a good position right now, a source informed Page Six. They said, “Tara is unhappy, and things are hanging by a thread.” She is reportedly concentrating on their kids right now, according to other reports. She only wants to keep the children [13-year-old Orion and 18-month-old Keats] safe. She has that as her first focus. ”
Noth has not yet been prosecuted for his alleged misdeeds, but according to Page Six, the fourth complainant, singer Lisa Gentile of New York, has contacted the other three to urge them to act. She declared, “I believe we ought to have our day in court to make Mr. Noth accountable for what he did.”
Help is available if you or someone you know has experienced a sexual assault. Visit the website of the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network or call the National Helpline of RAINN at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673).