One day after a New York Times report that featured five women accusing comedian Louis C.K. of sexual misconduct, Netflix has decided against moving forward with a scheduled second stand-up special. The comedian and his publicist both denied the paper's request for comment prior to the article's publication. He then allegedly removed all of his clothes and began masturbating.
Louis C.K., joins other faux-male feminists who have been outed for using the word and power of the sociopathic elements of third-wave feminism as a means to sexually abuse, harass, and take advantage of women.
This all comes on the heels of an article published on November 9th, 2017 on the New York Times.
There are many kinds of awful apologies, but Louis C.K. might have offered the worst kind: A self-excusing non-apology in which you casually reveal all the other disgusting crap you've been doing. Stunned and angry, Ms. Corry said she declined, and pointed out that he had a daughter and a pregnant wife. "He asked if we could go to my dressing room so he could masturbate in front of me". During the call, she said, she could hear him masturbating. I will now step back and take a long time to listen. David Arquette and Courteney Cox, exec producers on the show, confirmed the story.
More fallout came Friday when Netflix said it will not produce a second planned standup special starring the comedian, citing his "unprofessional and inappropriate behavior". They said they discussed canceling the pilot but Corry wanted to see it through.
The comedian's statement issued Friday says the sexual misconduct allegations by five women against him "are true" and he "can hardly wrap my head around the scope of hurt I brought on them". After the incident on set, he told Corry, according to the Times, that he "misread her signals". "It's amusing. I didn't think of that".
Somewhat tellingly, C.K. canceled the premiere of his new film I Love You, Daddy on Thursday, just hours before TNYT published its piece on the Mexico City native.
The comedian's planned appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Thursday was also cancelled, with William H. Macy taking his place on the late-night show.
In response, CK said: "I like it. In addition, HBO is removing Louis C.K.'s past projects from its On Demand services".
"It's really a male problem, not being able to control your constant sexual impulse", he joked at one performance.
Two of the accusers say that C.K. has apologized to them in recent years as his popularity has expanded. That was a bad time in my life and I'm sorry... "I hope we can give people the benefit of the doubt before we rush to judgment", he wrote. She told the Times that she didn't appreciate how that implied she had done something wrong. When stories of alleged misconduct went public over the last few years, C.K. dismissed them as "rumors". "He knew it was going to make him look like a good guy, supporting a woman", she said of what she felt were his motivations for working on One Mississippi and releasing her comedy album.