Louis C.K. Accused of Sexual Misconduct by Multiple Women

“along with then he genuinely did in which,” Goodman tells the Times. “He proceeded to take all of his clothes off, along with get completely naked, along with started out masturbating.”

The women say they held on to each additional along with “screamed along with laughed” in shock, as C.K. allegedly masturbated in a chair. 

Goodman along with Wolov’s claims first appeared in a blind item published by Gawker in 2012. Wolov tells the Times in which both women later feared their careers might be affected, after they heard in which C.K.’s manager, Dave Becky, was upset in which they told others about the alleged incident. The Times reports in which in an email, Becky vehemently denies threatening anyone.

Another woman accusing C.K. of sexual misconduct is usually comedian Rebecca Corry, who says her alleged incident with C.K. happened in 2002, during which she was working on a television pilot in which C.K. was guest starring in. 

“He leaned close to my face along with said, ‘Can I ask you something?’ I said, ‘Yes,’” Cory claims to the newspaper. “He asked if we could go to my dressing room so he could masturbate in front of me.”

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

“His face got red, along with he told me he had issues,” she claims. 

The Times reached out to the show’s executive producers, Courteney Cox along with David Arquette, who the newspaper says confirmed Corry’s allegation. 

“What happened to Rebecca on in which set was awful,” Cox tells the Times. “My concern was to create an environment where Rebecca felt safe, protected along with heard.”

Corry says she decided to go on with the show, because she didn’t want to be the person who stopped production. She also claims C.K. later emailed her in 2015, along with in which he apologized. 

In an interview with the Times in September, C.K. was asked about sexual misconduct rumors surrounding him. 

“I’m not going to answer to in which stuff, because they’re rumors,” C.K. said at the time. “If you actually participate in a rumor, you make in which bigger along with you make in which real.”

 “No,” the comedian also replied, when asked if the rumors were “real.”

“They’re rumors, in which’s all in which is usually,” he said.

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