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Queen Latifah breaks silence on Chris Noth's firing from 'Equalizer' amid sexual assault allegations
Queen Latifah spoke out about her former co-star on "The Equalizer," Chris Noth, being removed from the show amid allegations of sexual assault.  Noth, 67, previously starred alongside the 51-year-old actress in the CBS series about a woman with a unique set of skills who acts as a sort-of anonymous guardian angel to those in her city who find themselves with nowhere else to turn for justice.  In a previous statement provided to Fox News Digital, the network announced that Noth would no longer be filming new episodes of the show after multiple women came forward alleging that he had sexually assaulted them.  Speaking to People, Queen Latifah explained how difficult it has been to navigate the situation as both a woman and an ambassador for her show.  Queen Latifah spoke out about the firing of Chris Noth from their show "The Equalizer."  (Barbara Nitke/CBS via Getty Images) "It's still surreal. It is such a dicey, delicate situation that requires a great deal of respect," she explained.  As far as the allegations are concerned, the actress said the situation was "a personal thing" that Noth will now have to find a way to "deal with." As for his character on the show, she explained that he is currently being written out, but that conversations are happening about what that will look like for "The Equalizer going forward.