Sarah Jessica Parker spoke to The Hollywood Reporter on May 17 about the charges against her ex-colleague, Chris Noth. Several months later, the pill does not pass for Carrie Bradshaw’s interpreter.
The shock is double for fans of Sex and the City. While the love affair between Mr. Big (Chris Noth) and Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) came to a tragic end in the second episode of the sequel And just like that, in December 2021, two women accused Chris Noth of sexual assault. After this affair, the interpreter of Carrie Bradshaw’s great love was excluded from the casting of the series Equalizeand the latest section of And just like thatwhere he was to perform – despite the death of his character.
The complainants claim to have been assaulted by the actor in 2004, 2010 and 2015, the latter denying the facts and claiming that these conditions were approved. ONE third wife wanted to condemn abuse by the star, but when these were prescribed, his complaint would not have a chance of success. Faced with these statements, attention quickly turned to the female colleagues of Chris Noth, the three stars of the cast And just like that. Especially Sarah Jessica Parker, who has been playing her role since 1998. The 57-year-old actress spoke in the columns of The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday, May 17, along with her husband Matthew Broderick.
Sarah Jessica Parker sorry
But when it comes to evoking her former colleague, with whom she formed one of the most iconic duos on American television, Sarah Jessica Parker can not find the words: “I do not even know if I’m ready to talk about it, but I do not think so… I did not react as a producer [de la série, ndlr]“, she tried to explain the magazine before adding,”I should have worked on that because I just … it’s just …Unable to say more, the star of Sex and the City simply clarified that she had not swapped with Chris Noth. The interpreters of Carrie, Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte (Kristin Davis) had spoken anyway when the affair broke out. The latter had in December last year posted a statement on Instagram to support the alleged victims: “We’re deeply saddened to hear about the charges against Chris Noth. We support women who have stood up and shared their painful experiences. We know it must be very difficult and we congratulate them.“, They had written.
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