LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Police Department is working to determine whether a police report was filed and any offenses were committed in connection with sexual assault allegations made against actor Chris Noth by one of the two women, And meanwhile a third woman has also come forward in a similar case. Blame.
An LAPD spokesperson told the City News Service Friday that until more information is available, no further information is expected to be released.
Meanwhile, a third woman accused Noth of sexual assault, a day after other women detailed their allegations.
A 30-year-old tech executive, using the pseudonym Ava, told the Daily Beast website that she worked as a hostess and lounge singer at Da Marino’s midtown Manhattan restaurant when she was 55 and 18. She was sexually assaulted by the actor. 2010.
He said the two were performing together when he allegedly dragged her into his lap while groping her and pressing me close to him.
Noth, 67, has vehemently denied all allegations, including the latest, saying that “he has no idea who this woman is.”
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the allegations against the first two women began with Noth’s high-profile appearance in “And Just Like That”, HBO Max’s reboot of the popular “Sex and the City” series that ran from 1998–2004. .
“The women alleged that two incidents of misconduct took place in more than a decade,” THR reported. “It was the revival of the television series that made her such an iconic character that was the trigger for two women.”
THR used pseudonyms to protect the women’s privacy, reporting that “Zoe,” now 40, and “Lily,” now 31, both alleged that they were sexually assaulted by the actor. The alleged crimes took place in 2004 in Los Angeles and in 2015 in New York.
In a statement to THR, Noth denied the allegations.
“The allegations against me by people I met years, even decades ago, are clearly false. These stories could have been 30 years ago or 30 days ago – not always by no means – It’s a line I didn’t cross. The encounters were consensual,” he said. “It’s hard not to question the timing of these stories coming out. I certainly don’t know why they are coming to the fore now, But I know this: I didn’t beat up with these women.
Lily, now a journalist, contacted THR in August. “I’m not sure how you go about a story like this and how you find the other victims,” she wrote in an email. The alleged assault against him took place in 2015 in New York.
THR heard from Zoe in October. She said she worked at a Los Angeles firm where Noth and other celebrities were regularly traded in 2004, when she was 22 years old. He claims that he often flirted with her at work, and once called on his work phone to invite her to a pool party. A building in West Hollywood where he had an apartment.
He accepted the invitation with a friend and wound up in a Jacuzzi with Noth, who at one point reportedly went back to his room and asked Zoe to bring a book back to the apartment. This is where the alleged attack took place. Zoe accuses Noth of dragging her into the room, coercing her to bed, and raping her. She says her friend later took her to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where two police officers came and the staff gave her “a little crisis counseling brochure and some medicine.”
The Cedars told THR that they do not hold records prior to 2004.
Zoe still works in the entertainment industry and told the publication that she fears the repercussions if her identity is known.
Meanwhile, the Peloton exercise equipment company has withdrawn an ad featuring Noth after the allegations surfaced.
“Every single allegation of sexual harassment must be taken seriously,” a company spokesperson said. “We were unaware of these allegations when we featured Chris Noth in response to the reboot of HBO. As we want to know more, we have stopped promoting this video and archived related social posts.”
And actress Zoe Lister-Jones, 39, accused Noth of inappropriate sexual behavior on the set of the TV show “Law & Order” and in a New York nightclub.
“On the few occasions he showed up, he was consistently sexually inappropriate with a fellow female promoter,” she posted on Instagram. “That same year I was a guest star on ‘Law & Order’ and it was his first episode returning as a detective after SATC. He was drunk on set. During my interrogation he had a 22 oz. (bottle) of the beer he used to drink occasionally under the table. In one stroke he came closer to me, sniffed my neck and whispered, ‘You smell good.’ I didn’t say anything. My friend in the club never said anything. It’s so rare that we do.”