- Peloton has pulled an ad featuring Chris Noth in the wake of sexual assault allegations against him.
- Noth has denied sexual misconduct allegations made against him in a report published by The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday.
In the wake of sexual assault allegations against Chris Noth, Peloton has pulled an ad featuring him.
In a statement to CNN, a company spokesperson said, “Every single sexual assault accusation must be taken seriously.” “When we featured Chris Noth in our response to HBO’s reboot, we were unaware of these allegations. We have stopped promoting this video and archived related social posts as we seek to learn more.”
Noth has denied sexual misconduct allegations made against him in a report published by The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday.
Two women accuse Noth of sexual assault, using pseudonyms in the THR story to protect their identities. The alleged incidents occurred in Los Angeles in 2004 and New York in 2015. The women claimed that Noth’s return to his role as Mr. Big in HBO’s “And Just Like That…” inspired them to come forward.
“The allegations leveled against me by people I met years, if not decades, ago are categorically false. These stories could have been written 30 years ago or just a few days ago — no means no — that is a line I did not cross. The encounters were mutually beneficial.
It’s difficult not to be suspicious of the timing of these reports. I’m not sure why they’re surfacing now, but one thing is certain: I did not assault these women. “In a statement to CNN, Noth said.
The parent company of CNN owns HBO Max.
Noth’s character, who first became famous on “Sex and the City,” suffers a heart attack and dies shortly after riding a Peloton bike in the first episode of “And Just Like That…”
After the company’s stock reportedly dropped, the company responded with the advertisement after many viewers were taken aback by the scene.
Source: CTV News
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