‘Sex and the City’ Chris North to drop out of drama over sexual assault allegations

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Chris North, ‘Mr. Big’, who played an active role in the American drama ‘Sex and the City’ series, was put on hold due to allegations of sexual assault.

According to CNN on the 21st (local time), Chris North stepped down from the US CBS drama ‘The Equalizer’ after allegations of sexual assault were raised.

CBS and Universal Television, the producers of ‘The Equalizer’, announced on the same day that “Chris North will no longer appear in the remaining episodes of ‘The Equalizer’.”

The production company did not disclose the reason for Chris North’s departure, but it appears to be due to the controversy that arose last week.

On the 16th, American media Hollywood Report reported that two women under the pseudonym Joe and Lily claimed that they were sexually assaulted by Chris North in Los Angeles in 2004 and New York in 2015, respectively.

They recently saw Chris North appearing again in the role of Mr. Big in the sequel to ‘Sex and the City’, ‘Ann Just Like That,’ and they remembered the past and decided to expose him.

Chris North denied the allegations that “the meeting was consensual. The accusation against me by two people who met decades ago is clearly false,” Chris North told The Hollywood Report.

Chris North made his debut with the movie ‘Fragment’ in 1982, and made his face known worldwide by appearing as ‘Mr.

(SBS Entertainment News reporter Kim Ji-hye)

Reference-news.sbs.co.kr

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