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Peloton, Secret Parties, Sex Claims Against Star

Peloton’s fitness gear CEO John Foley a former retail industry executive is in strife again after he had a swanky personal party while banning a Xmas party for his staff because of concerns about the future of the Company.

Questions have also been raised about Peloton star actor who died on one of the Companies exercise machines in the latest version of Sex & The City only to be bought back days later in a self-promotion spoof for Peloton.

Chris Noth the actor Peloton hired who stared as “Mr. Big” on “Sex and the City,” has been accused by two women of sexual assault, according to a new report.

The 67-year-old TV legend allegedly preyed upon two star-struck young women — one in 2004 and the other in 2015 — after luring them to private areas where he forced himself on them, The Hollywood Reporter reported.

Noth — whose character was killed off riding on a Peloton machine is alleged to have been so rough with one woman that he made her bleed and left her needing hospital treatment. The other woman said she was left “totally violated,” but didn’t report it after he called and left her a message trying to minimize what happened.

Peloton CEO John Foley (below) has been accused of holding a swanky, invite-only holiday party for some of his instructors — after nixing the company-wide bash.

Foley, who instituted a company-wide hiring freeze just last month, held an opulent holiday party at New York’s luxury Plaza Hotel on Dec. 8, according to social media posts.

Private Bash Pary For Peloton Boss & Friends.

Just Peloton instructors — not other employees — were invited to the event, even though a company moratorium on parties and new hires was instituted over concerns about the company’s future, according to a Peloton insider.

Foley, who previously was an executive at Barnes & Noble, recently listed his home in East Hampton for $4.5 million.

Earlier in the week DigiTimes in Taiwan reported that the Company was cutting back on production in 2022 because of the problems the Company is facing.

Peloton responded claiming that it is not halting development of new connected fitness products next year, contrary to the DigiTimes report.

Shares fell nearly 5% in premarket trading on the news.

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