Chris Noth's Shares IG Photo of Crying Son Days before His Wife Was Spotted without Her Wedding Ring
"Sex and the City" Mr. Big, Chris Noth, has been accused of raping two women. He responded to the accusations and denied them. Meanwhile, his wife is reportedly unsettled by the claims.
Amid the ongoing scandal of sexual allegations, Chris Noth’s recent social media upload was a photo of his youngest son Keats crying in his toy kart along with the caption that read:
"Keats wanted to drive cross country to see the premiere of AJLT – I said no – he’s not happy with me.”
Pictured: (L) Actor Christ Noth during his appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert." (M) His youngest son Keats crying. (R) Actress and Writer Tara Wilson and husband Chris Noth attend the media night preview of "B.R.O.K.E.N Code B.I.R.D Switching" at S Feury Theater on November 16, 2019 in Los Angeles, California | Photo: Getty Images and YouTube/@thelateshowwithstephencolbert and Instagram/@chrisnoth
SEXUAL ASSAULT ALLEGATIONS
Meanwhile, Noth’s wife Tara Wilson was pictured for the first time this week after her husband was accused of sexual assault in an explosive report that has already led to financial consequences for the actor.
Last week, the 67-year-old was accused of sexual misconduct by two women who both shared details of their alleged assaults to The Hollywood Reporter – with one woman saying she was only twenty-two when Noth attacked her.
Chris Noth during "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" on location on July 31, 2006 in New York City, New York | Photo: Getty Images
The report led another woman to come forward and accused the "Law & Order" star of groping her, while actress Zoe Lister-Jones recalled an incident that made her describe him as a "predator."
According to EW.com, the victims do not know each other, and the incidents reportedly occurred in 2004 and 2015, respectively.
NOTH DENIES THE ACCUSATIONS
Noth responded with a statement to The Hollywood Reporter denying the allegations and insisting the sexual acts happened with consent from his accusers:
“The accusations against me made by individuals I met years ago, are categorically false. No always means no – that is a line I did not cross. The encounters were consensual. I did not assault these women."
Since the accusations came to light, Noth has lost a planned $12 million deal to sell his tequila brand and was fired from the series “The Equalizer.” In addition, his business partners, CBS, and even his agency have cut ties with him.
His wife, Wilson, is reportedly distraught and not taking the news well. She was recently spotted getting into an SUV outside their gated home in the Sherman Oaks neighborhood of Los Angeles and did not appear to be wearing her wedding band.
HIS WIFE TARA WILSON
Noth has been with the Canadian actress for two decades. The couple met in 2002 when Wilson, who is 27 years his junior, was working as a bartender at a bar he co-owns.
They started dating in 2001 and eventually walked down the aisle in 2012. Wilson was born on February 25, 1982, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
After graduating from New York City’s Academy of Dramatic Arts, she landed a role on “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” in 2004, a year before her husband starred on the show.
THEIR TWO KIDS
They welcomed their first child, Orion, in January 2018 and had their second son Keats in February 2020. Noth and Wilson have documented raising their boys on social media.
Orion is almost as tall as his father, and they went on a trip to Washington D.C., and the father and son posed in front of the White House in July 2021.
Meanwhile, little Keaton is growing up way too fast and has visited the Great Barrington Fire Department in Massachusetts and wore a plastic fire cap during the visit.
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