'Sex And The City' Star Chris Noth 'Feels Like His Life Is Over' Amid Multiple Horrifying Sexual Assault Allegations
Chris Noth is starting to worry his friends as the abuse allegations against him continue to mount.
The Sex and the City actor's career and personal life have swiftly spiraled downward after he was accused of sexual assault by four women — Zoe, Ava, Lily, and Lisa Gentile.
"Chris honestly feels like his life is over," a source spilled via Page Six.
Aside from the detailed rape allegations hedged against the Mr. Big actor, a former Law and Order guest star, Zoe Lister-Jones, also claimed he was regularly drunk on the job, acted unprofessionally to her while on set and was "consistently sexually inappropriate with a fellow female promoter."
"I think that drinking has played a big role in his problems," the sourced continued. "Everything is taking a toll. His friends would like him to get some help."
This comes after OK! reported that HBO Max decided to cut Noth's cameo from the And Just Like That... season finale.
The final episode is said to revolve around Carrie Bradshaw's journey to Paris’ Pont des Arts bridge to scatter her husband's ashes following his shocking season premiere death. Noth reportedly filmed a fantasy sequence in which Big appears to his grieving wife, but the footage has since been scrapped.
Execs reportedly felt the cameo "was not integral to the scene" and chose to cut it following the troubling allegations.
The Good Wife star has since been fired from The Equalizer, and dropped by A3 Artists Agency, but it isn't only his career taking a hit — Noth's marriage to Tara Wilson is allegedly "hanging on by a thread."
“The problem is that even if Chris did not do what these woman said he did, he still had some kind of sexual encounter with them and he cheated on Tara," a source explained, noting the situation has been "hard to come to terms with" for the 39-year-old mother-of-two. “At the moment, they’re still together. They’re trying to work things out.”
One of Noth's reps made a statement on behalf of Noth in December: “The story is a complete fabrication, and the alleged accounts detailed throughout read like a piece of bad fiction.”