Monday, January 17, 2022

Chris Noth accused of sexual assault by the fourth woman

Actor Chris Note is facing yet another sexual assault charge, this time from singer-songwriter, who said the actor “raped” her in 2002. forcibly pulled her, kissed her and touched her breasts.

“I tried to get him to stop,” Lisa Gentile said during a press conference on Thursday with attorney Gloria Allred.

Gentile also accused Noth of threatening to ruin her show business career if she “Ever told a soul about what happened,” according to Variety.

She is the fourth woman to have accused the actor best known as Mr. Big on Sex and the City for sexual assault in recent weeks.

Gentile said she first met Nota in 1998 at an Italian restaurant they both frequented in New York. They became acquaintances who chatted from time to time about music, show business and their neighborhood.

She said things went bad on Saturday night in early 2002 when the actor offered to drive her home from a restaurant.

“When we arrived at my apartment, he asked me if it was possible to come. I told him that I had nothing to offer him a drink and he said that it was ok and that he just wanted to see where I live. He went upstairs. We entered and I went to the kitchen. He wanted to see the rest of the apartment, but I didn’t show him because my roommate was sleeping. He used the toilet. I found some old wine in boxes and poured him a glass, ”she said in an official statement received by Deadline.com.

Gentile said that Noth began kissing her and then pulled her to his body by force.

“He covered me with saliva. I quickly felt uncomfortable, ”she said. “Then he became more aggressive, put both hands on my chest and began to squeeze them very hard through my shirt.”

According to her, Noth grabbed Gentile by the chest under her shirt and tried to lift her bra with both hands.

“I tried to make him stop. He then forced my hands to lift his shirt, exposing his belly, and then pressed my hands even more against his penis, ”Gentile said in a statement. “I finally managed to push him away, break free from his grip and shout: ‘No, I don’t want this.’

Gentile said in a statement that he then “got very angry and started screaming, calling me ‘tease’ and ‘bitch’,” before flying out of her apartment.

Allred said it was It’s too late for Gentile to sue Chris Noth, but she hopes to use her client’s case and lack of legal space as a wedge for legislative action under the Adult Survivors Act, according to Variety. New York’s bill will open a one-year “back window” for those who were 18 and older when they were sexually assaulted, so that they could then file civil suits in cases that went beyond the statute of limitations. The bill remains before the New York State Assembly after being passed by the State Senate.

Nota’s lawyer did not immediately respond to HuffPost’s requests on Thursday for comment on this latest allegation. Numerous media outlets stated that the Nota camp received no response to a question about Gentile’s statement.

Of the three other women who recently made their allegations public, the first two told The Hollywood Reporter that each of them had been attacked by Noth in separate incidents more than a decade apart.

The 30-year-old tech executive told the Daily Beast that Noth forcibly groped and digitally penetrated her in 2010 while she was working in a New York City restaurant.

In addition, there were news reports about Not’s relationship with ex-girlfriend and supermodel Beverly Johnson, who, according to Page Six, applied. a restraining order against him in 1995, after he stated that he had called repeatedly and threatened to “kill” her.

The aftermath of the allegations included Not’s recent advertising to end Peloton and his departure from CBS’s The Equalizer.

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