After Chris Noth was accused of sexual assault by three women, his wife, Tara Wilson, was reportedly spotted without her wedding ring.
According to the Daily Mail, Wilson was seen on Monday, December 20, entering a SUV outside the couple's Los Angeles home sans her wedding ring on.
The 67-year-old has denied the claims, insisting the encounters were consensual. Despite Noth's unwavering stance, it seems Wilson is having a hard time with the shocking claims lodged against the father of her children.
"Tara is upset and things are hanging by a thread," an insider told Page Six. "She just wants to protect the kids [Orion, 13, and Keats, 18 months]. That is her number one priority." A representative for Noth declined to comment.
According to the outlet, the 42-year-old is believed to be staying at their home on the West Coast with their children.
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Last week, a source close to the Frame Of Mind star told The Sun that Wilson was in Los Angeles and was "very upset," spilling: "They planned to spend Christmas together but that is now unknown."
"He may be non-monogamous, we have established that his wife didn't know," the source noted, per the outlet.
Meanwhile, "All his friends are sticking by him," the insider reportedly added. "He is a flirt, but not a sleaze. He's no Weinstein. I believe him and I believe it didn't go down the way it's allegedly portrayed."
In the aftermath of the allegations, the Law & Order star was dropped by his talent agency and the CBS hit series The Equalizer.
His SATC costars Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis issued a joint statement about the allegations on Monday, December 20. "We are deeply saddened to hear the allegations against Chris Noth," the statement read. "We support the women who have come forward and shared their personal experiences. We know it must be a very difficult thing to do and we commend them for it."