However, Cattrall sent a public message to Parker on Saturday (10Feb18), and fiercely told her: "You are not my friend".More news: Samoa in state of disaster after strong tropical cyclone
Actress Kim Cattrall photographed with her brother Chris, who was confirmed dead after disappearing from his rural Alberta home. Subsequently, when Parker reached out to offer condolences after the death of Cattrall's brother, Cattrall tried to cut off Parker's arm with a meat cleaver. "(If I haven't already)", she continued. "Let me make this VERY clear". Cattrall also included a link to a Page Six article titled, Inside the mean-girls culture that destroyed Sex and the City, that was published in October a year ago (17). There were reports, regularly denied by Cattrall, that she was the one holding up plans for a possible second sequel to the original movie version of "Sex and the City".
As the beef rages on between Kim Cattrall and Sarah Jessica Parker continues, there's another former Sex And The City star who's been pulled into its orbit - none other than Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda Hobbes in the long-running series.More news: Donald Trump, Kim Jong-un impersonators ejected from Opening Ceremony
Parker past year announced there would be no third film in the franchise.
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