By Philip  |  11-09-2017   News
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The rumors about Louis C.K. have been swirling for years now and resurfaced just before the Weinstein story tapped the floodgates of Hollywood sex scandals. It seems Louis may have the nasty habit of disrobing and pleasuring himself in front of his colleagues and co-workers. Last month, New York Times asked about the rumors of sexual harassment last month and C.K. flat out denied them. <a href="http://gawker.com/5894527/which-beloved-comedian-likes-to-force-female-comics-to-watch-him-jerk-off"><i>Gawker</i></a> initially brought the allegations to light in a piece entitled "Which beloved comedian likes to force female comics to watch him jerk off." <i>Gawker</i>, implied that the comedian (unnamed in the initial article) was somewhat untouchable thanks to a very powerful manager.

<blockquote>"One of the ladies was so shaken by the episode that she complained to the festival's organizers about the comedian's behavior. She promptly received a call from his extremely powerful manager explaining that, if she valued her career, she would drop it. She valued her career."</blockquote>

Luckily, thanks to the disgrace of Weinstein and countless other Hollywood heavies, victims seem to be more emboldened to open up about the abuse they received at the hands of these powerful people. More fuel was added to the fires when Tig Notaro featured a scene with her producer boss pleasuring himself to her disgust. Louis, by the way, is one of the producers of the show in question.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">I was told to delete a tweet I wrote about Louis CK abusing women before I applied to a high-profile comedy job because the people conducting the hiring process might not like it. These women who have spoken up are brave, and we owe them so much.<a href="https://t.co/yECc41l1Uz">https://t.co/yECc41l1Uz</a></p>&mdash; Nicole Silverberg (@nsilverberg) <a href="https://twitter.com/nsilverberg/status/928713278305570817?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">November 9, 2017</a></blockquote>

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The latest from the <i>New York Times</i> features five women explaining their ordeals with Louis. Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov, a comedy duo out of Chicago, reported having been invited to Louis' hotel room for a nightcap after a show at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen Colorado. When Louis asked if he could expose himself, the two assumed C.K. must have been kidding. When he disrobed, started masturbating and blocked the door they realized it was no laughing matter.

According to Goodman and Wolov they got word quick that C.K.'s "very powerful manager" was none too pleased with the story being discussed in the open. Abby Shachner recalls hearing Louis flogging the bishop during a call in 2003. <a href="http://www.springfieldnewssun.com/entertainment/five-women-accuse-louis-sexual-misconduct/vFmElrtEjdufHXjzHoRvXI/">Rebecca Corry was working with Louis on a pilot</a> when he asked if he could jerk off in front of her. Luckily for Schachner he at least took her no as a no. Courtney Cox and David Arquette were executive producers on the show in question and confirmed the incident.

"What happened to Rebecca on that set was awful," Courtney Cox told <i>NYT</i> in an email.

<blockquote class="twitter-video" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">After years of unsubstantiated rumors about Louis C.K., five women accuse the comedian of sexual misconduct in a New York Times report published Thursday <a href="https://t.co/gnFCBZAwNV">https://t.co/gnFCBZAwNV</a> <a href="https://t.co/CAWoOE98Ns">pic.twitter.com/CAWoOE98Ns</a></p>&mdash; CBS News (@CBSNews) <a href="https://twitter.com/CBSNews/status/928738587037888517?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">November 9, 2017</a></blockquote>

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A fifth woman also came forward but was only willing to speak on the condition of anonymity. This woman related how she was working on "The Chris Rock Show" in the late 1990s. Louis was a writer at the time. Can you guess what he asked her? If you guessed that he offered to let her see him spank his dolphin, you would be correct! Chances are these recent revelations won't have as positive effect on the returns on C.K.'s latest flick. Like Woody Allen's most recent movie, the major plot point is <a href="https://www.inquisitr.com/opinion/4501300/louis-c-k-defends-woody-allen-and-dodges-rumors/">old men engaging in sexual relationships with underage girls</a>. Seems C.K. may have gotten a heads up that the <i>NYT</i> was about to expose his dirty secret the way he's been exposing himself all these years because, according to the <i>Hollywood Report</i>, Louis' New York premiere of "I Love You Daddy" has been cancelled due to "unexpected circumstances." I guess before Weinstein getting busted for sexual misconduct in Hollywood at a certain level is unexpected after all.

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Anonymous No. 11466 1510268327

I wonder when some of these guys are going to start claiming that the allegations are the result of political statements they've made and they are the victims.

Anonymous No. 11481 1510277543

>>11466

Wouldn't work for most of these guys because they're typical, garden variety liberals. UNLESS it could be proven that all the women were conservatives. In that case though, why would they be in Hollywood… catch-22.

Also, nice dubs.

Anonymous No. 11602 1510396815

i like louis c.k

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