Survivors speak out: 'Chris Noth capitalised on the fantasy that women believe Mr Big represented'

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Multiple women have come forward to accuse actor Chris Noth of sexually assaulting them. (PHOTO: Getty Images/ Gallo Images)
Multiple women have come forward to accuse actor Chris Noth of sexually assaulting them. (PHOTO: Getty Images/ Gallo Images)

He's best known for playing the mysterious, charming on-again-off-again lover of one of TV’s most-beloved characters. And for as long as Sex and the City (SATC) ran between 1998 and 2004, women were swooning along with Carrie Bradshaw about Mr Big.

It’s why so many were stunned when the character met an untimely end in the show’s recent reboot, And Just Like That. Yet the shock was nothing compared to the allegations that emerged about Chris Noth, the actor who portrayed Mr Big.

Multiple women have come forward claiming he sexually assaulted them. Their revelations paint the picture of a movie star who took advantage of his popularity to force young women to have sex with him.

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