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A Third Woman . . . Black Model . . . Claims Chris Noth ATTACKED Her!! (GRAPHIC DETAILS)

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There’s rising proof that actor Chris Noth, star of the present Intercourse In The Metropolis is a serial attacker, and now being accused of violating at the least three ladies – all of whom are reportedly Black.

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There’s presently a 3rd girl popping out with claims about Noth’s violent previous conduct. That girl is Eighties supermodel Beverly Johnson. She and Chris dated for five years between 1990 and 1995. Then the 2 cut up.

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Nicely MTO Information did a little bit of digging, and after the 2 separated Beverly Johnson filed a lawsuit towards Chris – claiming that he abused and raped her. On the time, Chris was on the peak of his profession with Intercourse In The Metropolis and Regulation and Order, and so nobody believed what these Black ladies have been saying him.

However given the current allegations towards Chris, MTO Information will revisit Beverly’s claims towards Chris.

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Beverly claimed in authorized paperwork filed within the Nineteen Nineties that the Intercourse In Metropolis star, now 67, ‘beat her’ throughout their relationship, and that he additionally made loss of life threats towards her whereas phoning her ’25 instances a day’, threatened to disfigure her, and even ‘vowed to kill her canine’. 

MTO Information discovered that on the time, Beverly was quoted as saying, ‘I’ve by no means been so frightened in my life. I simply cannot consider that somebody who had as soon as been so tender and candy may flip into this raging wild man.’ 

Beverly tried to get a restraining order towards Noth, who was starring within the position of Detective Mike Logan on common crime present Regulation & Order on the time.

So what occurred to the lawsuit – NOTHING. MTO Information discovered that Beverly ran out of cash to struggle her case, and ultimately dropped the lawsuit.

Evidently within the Nineteen Nineties, folks simply did not consider the phrase of a Black girl over that of a good-looking and well-known White actor. 

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