More than three months after he was accused of sexual assault by several women, Chris Noth was seen wearing his wedding ring while out with his son Keats on Tuesday.
The disgraced actor, 67, was seen holding the hand of his two-year-old son, while on errands in Los Angeles.
Noth’s silver wedding band and signet ring were visible holding hands with the young man, who was also holding a bright orange balloon.
OUTSIDE: More than three months after he was accused of sexual assault by several women, Chris Noth was seen wearing his wedding ring while out with his son Keats on Tuesday
Chris wore a striped V-neck sweater, dark gray jeans and ballerina leather shoes.
He shielded his eyes with a pair of large black shadows and looked as if he had styled his hair with a hint of gel.
Nuth shares two sons – Keats and Orion, 14 – with his wife, Tara Wilson. In recent sightings after the allegations against her husband, Wilson was not seen wearing her ring.
Noth faced professional consequences in the wake of the allegations, as he was fired from his role in the CBS crime drama The Equalizer, and scenes that aired at the conclusion of And Just Like That…
Ring on: Noth’s silver wedding ring and signet ring were visible as he held hands with the young man, who was also holding a bright orange balloon
In an article published in December 2021, two women, using the alias Zoe, 40, and Lily, 31, told The Hollywood Reporter that Nuth raped them.
Both defendants in the report alleged that Nuth had sex with them from behind while standing in front of a mirror, the first attack allegedly occurring in 2004, while the second attack reportedly occurred in 2015, three years after Nuth married his wife, Tara, with whom she has two children.
The two women also allege that the attacks took place at one of Noth’s homes – one at his Los Angeles apartment and the second at his New York City property – after the actor invited them.
Just before Christmas, a fourth woman made allegations saying that Nuth had forcefully touched her.
He comes out: He was shielding his eyes with a pair of large black shadows and seemed to have smoothed his hair with a hint of gel
Lisa Gentile, 54, alleges that she was sexually abused by the actor in 2002 when she frequented Da Marino’s restaurant in Manhattan, where she met Noth, and the two became acquaintances.
In a statement one night, she said, Nuth went up to her apartment because he said he wanted to see where she lived, but as soon as he got upstairs, she said, he started kissing her and forcibly pulling her against him.
Then he squeezed her breasts before slipping his hands under his shirt.
“I kept pressing his hands down while he was pushing me… I was trying to get him to stop,” she said in a statement, claiming that he then pulled her hand toward his penis.
She said she was finally able to push him away, after which point the Gentile claimed that Nuth had gone crazy and started calling her a “harasser” and a “b****”.
Controversy: Noth faced professional consequences in the wake of the allegations, as he was fired from his role in the CBS crime drama The Equalizer, and scenes that aired in the finale of And Just Like That…
The next day, she said, Nuth called her friend’s phone and warned her that if she told someone else what had happened, she would be blacklisted in the industry.
Gentile’s attorney, Gloria Allred, claims the experience was “traumatic” for Gentile, noting: “It had a very serious emotional impact on her.”
Another woman claimed that the actor groped her when she was working as a hostess and lounge singer at Da Marino restaurant in midtown Manhattan in 2010. She was 18 at the time and Noth was 55.
She claimed that he was constantly drunk in the restaurant and repeatedly pulled her into his lap as he touched her and “squeezed me into his erection”.
In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, Knuth admitted that he had ‘consensual encounters’ with the two women in the Hollywood Reporter story, both of which occurred during his affair with his wife Tara, but he has vehemently denied any accusations. He assaulted them.
“The accusations leveled against me by individuals I’ve met for years or even decades are categorically false,” the statement read.
These stories could have been 30 years or 30 days ago – doesn’t always mean no – that’s the line I haven’t crossed. The meetings were consensual.
It is hard not to question the timing of the publication of these stories. I do not know for sure why they appear now, but I do know this: I did not attack these women.