Chris Noth’s Talent Agency Drops Him As Another Woman Accuses Him Of Sexual Assault

December 18, 2021 / Posted by:

Just a couple of days ago, Peloton pulled a, “JK, ding dong the Big is dead,” move by dropping their commercial starring an alive Mr. Big. Peloton shit-canned the now tainted ad after two women accused Chris Noth of rape in 2004 and 2015. Chris burped up a denial, saying that both “encounters were consensual” and the timing of the allegations coming out is suspicious. But the women say that seeing Chris Noth’s face and name everywhere in promos and articles for And Just Like That..., brought up painful memories and they had to speak out. Now a third woman has come out and accused Chris Noth of rape also. And just like Peloton, Chris is dead to his talent agency, A3 Artists, because they are done with him too.

To protect their privacy, the first two women who publicly accused Chris Noth of sexual assault went by the pseudonyms of Zoe and Lily. The third woman also went by a pseudonym, Ava, while telling her story to Maria Prudente of The Daily Beast. Ava is 30 years old now but says the sexual assault happened in 2010 when she was just 18 years old. Chris Noth was 55. Maria writes that she’s friends with Ava and Ava told her of the assault the day it happened in 2010. After Zoe and Lily came out with their stories, Ava let The Daily Beast publish hers, which she wrote in October 2010.

In 2010, Ava was a hostess/singer at Da Marino on 49th street in Manhattan. Chris was a regular and was regularly plastered. One night, Ava and Chris sang together at his table and talked, but then he kept groping her and pulling her onto his lap. When Ava’s shift was over at 1 am, she went to the office to gather her things, and as she was leaving, Chris made his way into the office. Ava says he was sloppy and strong. Ava says she kept saying “no” but he ignored her and sexually assaulted her. When he kept going, Ava came up with a plan to tell him they should go somewhere else and that’s how she got away from him.

“He wasn’t hearing ‘no,’ but he heard me when I said ‘not here’ and convinced him that I would meet him somewhere else,” she explains. The idea of relocating to his home inspired Noth to stop and gave her the opportunity to escape the office and his grasp. Noth told her he would send a car once he got to his apartment. After Noth left the restaurant, Ava went home without the intention of going. He texted her from his home, awaiting her and asking for her address, but she never replied.

Ava told her parents the next day. Her parents were friends with the owner of Da Marino, Pasquale Marino, who died in 2015. They believed that the restaurant would stand by Ava but when she talked to Pasquale, he allegedly went full villain on her by accusing her of lying and said that Chris would never be interested in someone as “insignificant” as her. Ava never went back to Da Marino. Chris denies raping Ava and claims he’s never heard of her before. Speaking of…

If you should call A3 and ask to speak to the agent who represents Chris Noth, they may say, “We don’t know him,” because they have dropped him after less than three months as a client. via Deadline:

“Chris Noth is no longer a client,” an A3 spokesperson told Deadline this evening. The agency did not provide any more details of the break with the Law & Order vet, but the decision to cut Noth loose occurred earlier today, I hear.

Actress Zoe Lister-Jones, who worked with Chris Noth on an episode of Law & Order, also said he was drunk all the time and is a “sexual predator.” And The Sun claims that Chris’ wife of ten years, Tara Wilson, is “very upset” by the allegations and may not spend Christmas with him.

And as Chris Noth does the damage control shuffle to rehab (I mean, isn’t that move inevitable at this point?), Carrie Bradshaw is somewhere screaming, “Now aren’t you all glad that I didn’t do CPR or call 911?!


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