Chris Noth was accused by two women on December 16 of sexual assault. A week after, Lisa Gentile has come forward to accuse Noth of sexual assault.
Lisa Gentile, a musician has also given an account of how Chris Noth forcefully kissed and grabbed her in her New York apartment after she met him at Da Marino. This is the same restaurant one of Noth’s accusers claimed she was assaulted by the ‘Good wife‘ alum.
According to Lisa Gentile, Noth had threatened that if she ever come forward, he’ll ruin her career — out of fear, she kept mute.
“I kept pushing his hands down while he was pushing mine up. I was trying to get him to stop. Then he pushed my hands down toward his penis.”
Lisa said she managed to push him away, and recalled “he became extremely angry and started screaming and calling me a tease and a bitch. He stormed out of my apartment.”
Lisa Gentile added that she first met the star in 1998. Later, after the incident, Chris Noth called her one day and told her that if she “ever told a soul about what happened,” he would “ruin” her career.
Lawyer Gloria Rachel Allred, 80, [ known for taking high-profile and often controversial cases, particularly those involving the protection of women’s rights. ] called on Noth’s ‘ Sex and the City’ castmates to convey public support for the Adult Survivors Act — a proposed New York state law that would allow victims of sexual assault to press charges after the statute of limitations has passed.
“Lisa and I appreciate their words of support,” the lawyer said of Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon, referencing the trio’s recent statement addressing the several claims against Noth. “And now we urge Sarah, Cynthia, and Kristin to take action, to speak out in support of the Adult Survivors Act. Their endorsement of this act would be important.”