Louis CK Not Laughing About Sexual Accusations

Emilio Banks
November 10, 2017

What are the women saying? According to the article, comedy duo Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov were invited to hang out with C.K in his hotel room in 2002 during the U.S Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colo.

The women say they held on to each other and "screamed and laughed" in shock, as C.K. allegedly masturbated in a chair.

"He asked if we could go to my dressing room so he could masturbate in front of me", she told the Times. "He proceeded to take all of his clothes off, and get completely naked, and started masturbating". Performer Abby Schachner tells the Times she overheard him masturbating while talking to her on the phone.

When she shut him down, "His face got red", she said, "and he told me he had issues". And let us not forget the allegations YEARS AGO that surfaced about Woody Allen (he did end up marrying his adopted daughter which is a 10 out of 10 on the creepy scale), seems C.K. may be standing on ice that is just as thin as "Woody" at this point.

The Times story's three listed writers included Jodi Kantor, who also co-wrote the paper's earlier investigative reports on fallen movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, accused by almost 80 women of sexually harassing, coercing, assaulting or raping them in episodes dating back four decades. "I definitely wasn't encouraging it", she told the Times.

Comedian Rebecca Corry told the Times of an incident in 2005 when she was appearing in a television pilot alongside C.K. Corry reported that he outright asked if he could masturbate in front of her. Corry told him no but not before pointing out that C.K. was a father and had a pregnant wife. She declined, and the incident was corroborated to the Times by the show's producers, actors Courteney Cox and David Arquette.

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"What happened to Rebecca on that set was terrible", the pilot's producer Cox said, adding that she felt "outrage and shock".

Corry also says the details in his apology were wrong, that he thought he had shoved her into a bathroom.

Corry said that the comedian acknowledged the incident and said, "I used to misread people back then".

The fifth woman shared her story anonymously. At the time, C.K. defended the film's script, telling THR, "we're depicting oxygen-rich people who live in these lovely apartments and offices saying whatever they want".

In 2015, Gawker published a story titled "Louis C.K. Will Call You Up to Talk About His Alleged Sexual Misconduct", which included allegations that the comic exposed himself and masturbated in front of female comedians who were not named in the story.

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