Does Kim Cattrall Plan To Speak Out About The Chris Noth Allegations?

Kim Cattrall, A.K.A. Samantha Jones, has been mostly silent following the debut of the new "Sex and the City" reboot, "And Just Like That..." Some social media hawks swear she subtly threw shade at the HBO Max show by liking tweets that expressed disappointment in how her character was written off "AJLT" (via StyleCaster). But as far as making a statement reacting to the show positively or negatively — we are yet to hear from the star. Of course, as fans know, Cattrall declined to appear in the spinoff (via Cosmopolitan).


Now, a source is telling Us Weekly that Cattrall has no plans to speak out about the show, saying, "She isn't even going to talk about not being part of 'And Just Like That.'" The so-called insider claims the actress "is happier where she is in life now." They added that Cattrall's life is "drama-free" and that she "doesn't regret not being part of the revival."

Another thing Cattrall plans on staying mum about? The startling allegations against her former co-star Chris Noth.

Kim Cattrall continues to separate herself from her past

Part of the reason Cattrall may be counting her blessings for her decision to separate herself from "And Just Like That..." is the negative light cast upon the show after Noth, who has long played Mr. Big, was accused of sexual assault by multiple women (via Rolling Stone).


Sarah Jessica Parker, who issued a joint statement with Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon condemning the allegations, is also said to be "livid" and "heartbroken" about the sheer association of assault allegations with her beloved show (via Us Weekly).

As for Cattrall, Us Weekly reports that according to the same source who commented on her contentment steering clear of the "Sex and the City" reboot, "Kim isn't going to speak out about the Chris Noth allegations." It's worth noting that for his part, "The Equalizer" actor has denied the allegations (via CNN).

If you or anyone you know has been a victim of sexual assault, help is available. Visit the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network website or contact RAINN's National Helpline at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673).