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    Chris Noth Has Been Removed From The "And Just Like That..." Finale After Being Accused Of Sexual Assault By Multiple Women

    The actor was set to appear one last time in the show.

    Spoilers for And Just Like That... follow.

    After Mr. Big's death in the beginning of And Just Like That..., actor Chris Noth (who played Big in both AJLT and the original Sex and the City series) was apparently set to appear on the show one last time — but that's not happening anymore.

    Noth sits back on a couch while holding a newspaper open

    Variety confirms that the actor — who has been accused of sexual assault by multiple women since And Just Like That...'s first episode aired — has been cut from the show's finale, which airs February 3 on HBO.

    Noth looks up while wearing a tuxedo

    Noth was reportedly set to reprise his role as Big one last time in a fantasy sequence set in France, as Carrie spreads his ashes at the Pont des Arts bridge in Paris.

    Noth slices a tomato

    But the creative team behind And Just Like That... reportedly decided that the episode worked fine without Noth's scene — so he was cut.

    Chris Noth looks to the side

    The backlash following the allegations against Noth has been swift. Last month, he was also dropped from his role in the CBS series The Equalizer.

    Noth sits at a table with a remote in his hand

    A deal to sell Noth's tequila brand also fell through, and his viral Peloton ad that followed Big's death was also removed from the brand's socials.

    Noth looks in the other direction

    Read about the allegations against Chris Noth here.

    If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault, you can call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE, which routes the caller to their nearest sexual assault service provider. You can also search for your local center here.