The media championed Louis C.K., as a feminist ally of sorts. Megh Wright’s piece from June 13th, 2016 on Split Sider and David Haglund’s piece about the comic that was published on April 16th, 2013 praising Louis C.K.’s “feminist comedy” haven’t aged well in light of the multiple allegations of sexual misconduct aimed at the stand-up comic. HBO has been even less impressed with the comedians antics, opting to cancel his upcoming projects and remove his old programs from the HBO channels.
David Itzkoff from the New York Times posted the statement from HBO following the publishing of an article outing Louis’ sexual misconduct.
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
For those of you unable to read the message, it states…
“Louis C.K. will no longer be participating in the “Night of Too Many Stars: America Unites for Autism Programs,” which will be presented live on HBO on November 18. In addition, HBO is removing Louis C.K.’s past projects from its On Demand services.”
According to New York Magazine contributor Yashar Ali, The Hollywood Reporter noted that one of Louis C.K.’s movie premieres have also been cancelled.
For weeks the NYT has been prepping a story about Louis CK and calling everyone in the comedy world and Hollywood, my sources have received calls…it appears that story will be published soon. Per @THR the premiere for his movie has been cancelled.
— Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) November 9, 2017
This all comes on the heels of an article published on November 9th, 2017 on the New York Times. The exposé detailed multiple incidents of Louis C.K., undressing and masturbating in front of female comics, or pleasuring himself while on the phone with other cohorts.
Five incidents were detailed, one of which occurred on a set where Louis C.K., was guest-starring. The New York Times explains…
“In 2005, she was working as a performer and producer on a television pilot — a big step in her career — when Louis C.K., a guest star, approached her as she was walking to the set. “He leaned close to my face and said, ‘Can I ask you something?’ I said, ‘Yes,’” Ms. Corry said in a written statement to The New York Times. “He asked if we could go to my dressing room so he could masturbate in front of me.” Stunned and angry, Ms. Corry said she declined, and pointed out that he had a daughter and a pregnant wife. “His face got red,” she recalled, “and he told me he had issues.”
The most startling part of this particular story is that apparently executive producer Courtney Cox was made aware of the incident at the time of its occurrence back in 2005, but opted not to do anything about it. Instead, Cox told the New York Times…
“What happened to Rebecca on that set was awful, […] [I felt] “outrage and shock.” […] ”My concern was to create an environment where Rebecca felt safe, protected and heard”
Despite the inappropriate gesture from Louis, the female comedian along with the rest of the crew decided to go on with the production because the comedian didn’t want to be known as the person who shut down a television production.
Louis C.K.’s publicist, Lewis Kay, offered a response to the New York Times that only the most obsessively optimistic individual would take as anything other than an admission of guilt, where Kay sent an e-mail that read…
“Louis is not going to answer any questions,”
Louis cancelled appearances on talk shows following the outing of the allegations and his shows have been pulled from some networks.
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.
Many of the most outspoken male feminists – especially those who have been against #GamerGate – have turned out to be sexual assault perpetrators, moral-less malcontents attempting rape, or in some cases committing actual rape for more than a decade.
According to Corey Feldman – an actor who was molested as a child along with his friend Corey Haim, who was sodomized by various individuals in Hollywood – all of these sexual misconduct cases are just the tip of the iceberg and that there is a dark pedophilia ring boiling beneath the plastic surface of Hollywood’s glitz and glam.