Premiere for Louis CK's 'I Love You, Daddy' is canceled

Jay Jacobs
November 10, 2017

Representatives said the premiere was cancelled due to "unexpected circumstances, but sources informed The Hollywood Reporter that the decision to cancel the premier was made in anticipation of the incoming New York Times piece "in case it's damaging". They claimed that Louis C.K.'s manager Dave Becky wanted them to stop sharing the story, and they told the Times they felt they had been warned to stay quiet. In the past, he has denied all allegations of misconduct.

All of the alleged incidents took place more than a decade ago, the Times reported today (Nov. 9).

Kirkman tweeted, "I believe Dana and Julia".

The comic also was slated to appear on CBS' "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on Thursday, but that appearance was shelved too, CBS said. The women would be together.

"And then he really did it", Goodman told the New York Times.

"He proceeded to take all of his clothes off, and get completely naked, and started masturbating, Goodman told the New York Times". Notaro said she is speaking out to support of those with the courage "to speak up against such a powerful well as the multitude of women still out there, not quite ready to share their nightmares".

When she shut him down, "His face got red", she said, "and he told me he had issues".

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In June of previous year, comedian Roseanne Barr told The Daily Beast that she's heard stories about C.K. allegedly sexually harassing women. She said he had never done anything to her and never implied that he did.

Corry says she said no, and brought up his daughter and pregnant wife at the time.

He also "pulled out" (sorry, that was tasteless) of a late show interview last minute, being replaced by William H. Macy, which does not point to C.K.'s innocence. The executive producers of the production, Courteney Cox and David Arquette, confirmed the incident.

In a New York Times report, published on Thursday, five women have come forward to detail experiences with Louis C.K where he masturbated in front of them or over the phone without their consent.

Stories connecting the comedian to alleged sexual misconduct first began swirling back in 2012, when Gawker ran a post about an unnamed male comedian who liked to masturbate in front of women. After their alleged encounters, two of the women say, C.K. privately apologized for his behavior.

The women's allegations called into question whether C.K.'s comedic schtick - he's known for his candor about his sexual hang-ups and his frequent talk about masturbation in his act - has served as a longtime cover for real misconduct.

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