Louis C.K.’s Career Is Over
Another day and another celebrity is being accused of sexual misconduct. This time it’s Louis C.K..
Five women have come forward accusing the comedian of pleasuring himself in front of them.
Two of his accusers, Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov, say their experiences date back to 2002. Another accuser, Rebecca Cory, says she had a run in with Louie when he guest starred on a show she was working on. The allegations against Louie are outlined in detail in the New York Times.
Since the allegations came out, the premiere of his new movie I Love You, Daddy has been cancelled, as was his appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. But that’s not all, HBO has also removed his spot on the upcoming Night Of Too Many Stars and the network is removing his earlier work from their On Demand services.
Louie also did some work for FX, as of now they say they are, “obviously very troubled” by the allegations but note that they’ve never received any allegations against C.K.
Whether or not they decide to cancel the show is “currently under review.”
Everybody seems to be dropping him like a hot potato. He isn’t even very funny. Especially that lame clown thing on SNL that he stole from Tig Notaro.
NEXT. Let’s get some real comedic talent.
HBO says Louis CK will no longer participate in its Night Of Too Many Stars benefit, and it is removing his past work from their On Demand service. pic.twitter.com/9qFpAlVOBw
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) November 10, 2017