Friday, 10 November 2017

Five women accuse US comedian Louis CK of sexual misconduct



US comedian Louis CK has cancelled the premiere for his new film amid allegations of sexual misconduct made by five women.
 
US comedian Louis CK's movie premiere has been cancelled hours before the screening as five women levelled sexual misconduct allegations against him.
 
 
Four of the accusers told the New York Times he had masturbated during interactions with them and a fifth said he had asked to do so.

 
The premiere for I Love You Daddy was cancelled along with an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, which was scheduled for Friday.
 
 
Comedy actresses Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov are among the accusers.


After performing at the US Comedy Arts Festival in 2002, Louis CK invited them up to his hotel room after their show, The New York Times reports.


They told the newspaper they agreed because they wanted to celebrate and he was a comedian they admired.


As soon as they sat down, the comedian masturbated in front of them, they said.



SKY     News.