“Sex and the City” is more bad news for alum Chris Not.
The actor was removed from CBS’s “Equalizer” series for sexually abusing several women.
The 67-year-old Noth portrayed William Bishop in the drama alongside star Queen Latifa.
The besieged actor’s publicists did not respond to The Post’s request for comment.
“Chris Not will no longer be filming additional episodes of Equalizer, which will take effect immediately,” Universal Television and CBS said in a statement.
The actor can still be seen in one of the next episodes of the series. According to Deadline, the show is on hiatus and seven episodes of its second season have already aired.
The actor was also recently fired from his A3 Artists agency.
Since then, three women have come out claiming that Noth attacked them. Following these allegations, the “And the Same” star withdrew an ad he had photographed for Peloton.
The Hollywood Reporter reported last week that two women came to tell their stories about Noth’s behavior. One attack took place in 2004, where he was so rude to the victim that he caused bleeding and he needed hospital treatment. Another woman said she was “completely spoiled” by the star in 2015.
Another woman, nicknamed Ava, told the Daily Beast that she forced herself into the back office of a Midtown restaurant in 2010. She worked as a waitress at the time and was 18 years old.
“At first, I felt like the only person in the universe who could hear me say‘ no, ’” he told the publication. Ava explained that she had met Noth at her desk, and she pulled him to her knees, touching and stroking her. He added that when his shift was over, Noth tried to pay him at the restaurant office and allegedly kissed him and pushed him to the table. “My limbs ached in the morning,” he recalls.
A spokesman for Noth previously denied Ava’s allegations as “completely fabricated.” The spokesman told The Post: “The alleged accounts, which are described in detail throughout, are read as a piece of bad fiction. Chris doesn’t know who this person is, and as he said yesterday, he hasn’t crossed that line and never will. “
Actress Zoe Lister-Jones also came out with her own story of sexual violence against the “Perfect Man” star. He worked with her on the 2005 show Law and Order: Criminal Intention.
He wrote in an Instagram post that he worked at one of Noth’s clubs in New York at the age of twenty. He remembered how inappropriate he was with his female colleague. That year he worked at a club, he was a guest on a crime series, and he claimed he was drunk.
“She was drunk at the time of the shooting. At the time of my interrogation, he was 22 years old. he drank the beer under the table in between. In one photo, he approached me, sniffed my neck, and whispered, “You have a nice smell.” I said nothing. My friend at the club never said anything. It’s very rare in our country, ”Lister-Jones wrote on social media.