Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis and Sarah Jessica Parker have spoken out collectively about the sexual assault allegations against Chris Noth.

On Monday, the three stars from And Just Like That… released a joint statement.

“We are deeply disturbed to hear the allegations about Chris Noth,” the brief statement continued.

Conclusion: “We support women who came forward to share their pain. This must be very hard work and should not have been taken lightly. We commend the women for doing it. Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis.’

Noth’s iconic character Mr. Big died in the Sex and the City episode, entitled And Just Like That …, which aired earlier this month.  

'We support the women': Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis break their silence over Chris Noth's sexual assault allegations (Pictured; 9th Dec, 2021)

“We support the women: Sarah Jessica Parker (Pictured 9th December, 2021), Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis break their silence regarding Chris Noth’s sexual assault allegations. 

Speaking out: On Monday, the three main stars of And Just Like That... spoke out in support of the women who came forward with the allegations

Talking out: Monday’s appearance by And Just Like That… stars was a statement of support for the victims of the accusations. 

Last week, Noth, 67, was accused of rape by two women, who both shared details of their alleged assaults with The Hollywood Reporter — with one of the women saying she was just 22 when Noth, then 49, attacked her and left her needing stitches. 

Another woman came forward to accuse Noth, and Zoe Lister Jones recalled behavior which made him a predator. 

THR reported that both Noth and his accusers claimed they had sex from behind with Noth in front of mirrors. The first incident allegedly took place in 2004. While the second was reportedly done in 2015. This occurred three years after Noth married Tara Wilson with whom he now has two children.

Noth returned to small screens recently in the Sex And The City reboot, And Just Like That...

Noth recently returned to small screens in Sex And The City, and Just Like That…

Both women also claim that Noth attacked them in their homes, the first one in Los Angeles and the second one in New York City. They were invited over by the actor.

According to both women, the Sex and the City reboot and Just Like That has triggered painful memories about their past encounters with Noth. Noth is a shock victim of Mr. Big’s sudden death.

Noth, who was married to Wilson but has two sons named Keats or Orion, said that he did have ‘consensual interactions’ with Wilson. But he denied all allegations that he assaulted the women.

The statement states that “the accusations made against me by people I have known for years or even decades are categorically false.”

‘These stories could’ve been from 30 years ago or 30 days ago — no always means no — that is a line I did not cross. These encounters were consensual.

‘It’s difficult not to question the timing of these stories coming out. I don’t know for certain why they are surfacing now, but I do know this: I did not assault these women.’

A third woman, who was 18 at the time, came forward to accuse Noth of having raped her in a Manhattan restaurant.

And Just Like That caused controversy after it killed off Noth's character in the very first episode after his character worked out on his Peloton bike

Just Like That caused controversy when it killed Noth in his first episode, shortly after Noth had been working out on his Peloton bike. 

The Daily Beast reported that the unnamed Canadian tech executive, aged 30, repeatedly groped her at Midtown’s Da Marino restaurant as she worked as a hostess.

According to her, Noth pulled her tights down and touched her. She then clung on so tightly that she had to push him off.

According to an article posted on the internet this week, he was accused of also beating and threatening his ex-girlfriend Beverly Johnson, a supermodel, between 1990 and 1995.

The actor’s agency, A3 Artists Agency dropped him after the bombshells. A friend who knows Noth well told The Sun Tara Wilson might not get to spend Christmas together.

The deal to purchase his tequila brand from a seller was cancelled by him for $12 million. 

Entertainment Arts Research, Inc., an Nevada-based beverage firm that frequently buys into celebrities’ drink brands, announced Sunday that it is ending all discussions about buying Noth’s Ambhar Tequila.

Bernard Rubin, EARI’s CEO, stated that it was not logical for EARI to pursue this deal given the claims. He also stressed the importance of taking the matter seriously. We will be looking for spirits brands that can fit EARI’s philosophy of social responsibility.