‘Sex and the City’s Big—Chris Noth faces sexual assault allegation from 3rd woman

 

A third woman, who is a tech executive, has come forward and leveled sexual assault allegations on actor Chris Noth who became popular after portraying Big on Sex and the City. The woman, who is now thirty, said that she was working as a hostess and a lounge singer, when she was 18, in 2010. Noth allegedly assaulted her when she had found herself alone, in a dark office, with him, according to an article by The Daily Beast.

The latest victim was working at the Midtown Manhattan restaurant Da Marino. The young woman said that she was hired at Da Marino, which is located on 49th Street of Times Square. She would stand in front of the restaurants and convince people to go inside; as patrons filled the lounge, she would perform.

The woman, whose identity has been withheld, maintained that the “better” she was “as bait, the longer” she “got to sing.” Calling her Ava, as per a report by the Daily Beast, she said that she could not remember the number of times they spoke but one night Noth told her boss that she would sing with him although the restaurant was not filled.

She said that they sang duets and they talked about his career and about Toronto, which is her hometown. She said that he said that he loved Canadian women and repeatedly pulled her onto his lap. He groped her and pressed her “onto his erection.”

She said that she was confused but at some level she found it to be exciting to get attention from the iconic character of Big from Sex and the City. After her shift ended at about 1 a.m., Ava’s manager told her that she would be paid in his office that was accessible through the kitchen.



She gathered her coat and an envelope of cash and the lights were shut off behind her. Noth had made his way into the office and acted as if they “had intentionally snuck off together clandestinely.” She said that he groped her and refused to hear her “no” but she convinced him that they would meet “somewhere else” and he let her go.

Chris Noth texted her and asked for her address to send a car but she never replied. She told her parents and the management of Da Marino. The owner of the restaurant refused to believe her and said that Noth would not “be interested in someone as insignificant” as her.

She never went back to the restaurant. Da Marino did not respond when asked for comment by The Daily Beast. She came forward with her story after The Hollywood Reporter posted articles about two separate accounts where women had accused Chris Noth of sexual assault one in Los Angeles in 2004 and another in New York in 2015. Chris Noth said that he had never intentionally forced himself on anyone and all his sexual interactions were consensual.

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