Chris Noth could be spending Christmas away from his wife – who is “very upset” by the recent spate of sexual assault allegations against her husband, according to a report.
Actress and businesswoman Tara Wilson, who shares two children with the “Sex and the City” actor, “is not doing well,” a source told US Sun. Noth denied the allegations.
One of three women who brought charges against the actor who played “Mr. Big” in “Sex and the City” quoted him as saying that monogamy was a “sham” even when she was married.
“He may not be monogamous, we have established that his wife did not know that,” the friend told The Sun. “If anything, he’s guilty of it. She’s in LA and is very upset… she’s not doing well. They had planned to spend Christmas together, but this is now unknown.
The Noths have two sons, Orion, 13, and Keats, 18 months. Noth met Wilson, now 39, in 2001 when she was a bartender at the downtown club, The Cutting Room, of which Noth co-owns. They tied the knot in a small ceremony in Maui, Hawaii in 2012.
The source said there shouldn’t be a rushed judgment, even though Noth has already been ditched by his theatrical agency.
Artist agency A3 dumped Noth on Friday night, Deadline reported. “Chris Noth is no longer a customer,” an A3 spokesperson said at the point of sale.
“There are two sides to every story and people need to know that before they judge,” Noth’s friend told The Sun.
“The Chris I met is not the Chris described by these women. All his friends support him. He’s a flirtation, but not a sordid one. He’s not a Weinstein. I believe it and I think it did not go as it would have been described.
The source also said Noth was “completely bewildered and taken aback” by the allegations.
“Chris didn’t know the story was going to come out a few days ago,” they said.
“He’s completely bewildered and blinded. He is absolutely appalled by these allegations and very confused as to why they are surfacing now, so close to the reboot.
A representative for Noth – whose character was killed in the first episode of the “Sex and the City” spin-off “And Just Like That …” – dismissed the recent assault allegations as “a complete fabrication.”
“The alleged accounts detailed throughout the reading read like bad fiction,” a representative told the Post in a statement Friday.
The company that was on the verge of buying the tequila business owned by Noth also ended the upcoming deal on Friday.