Comedians Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov were invited into Louis' hotel room during the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in 2002. "Another comedian, Rebecca Corry, said that while she was appearing with C.K. on a television pilot in 2005, he asked if he could masturbate in front of her".
"He proceeded to take all of his clothes off, and get completely naked, and started masturbating", Goodman said. When asked about it by the Times, C.K. responded, "If you actually participate in a rumor, you make it bigger and you make it real", before adding, "No". She described an alleged encounter that took place in the late '90s while she was working in production at "The Chris Rock Show". In I Love You Daddy, a character pretends to masturbate at length in public while other characters defend that he's not a sexual predator.
In the wake of that news, C.K. pulled the premier of his "I Love You Daddy" movie (creepiest name ever?), in which his daughter is seduced by a far older Hollywood Exec.
Although no one is aware of exactly what the Times will be reporting, The Hollywood Reporter says that the cancellations are directly related to whatever is in the story, and not the film. She now says she thinks "he released my album to cover his tracks", she said. Notaro said she is speaking out to support of those with the courage "to speak up against such a powerful figure.as well as the multitude of women still out there, not quite ready to share their nightmares".
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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.
Kirkman isn't sure about the rumors, she told AV Club in September.
Radar has previously reported C.K.'s history of sexual misconduct.
Roseanne Barr once claimed in an interview that Louis C.K. has exposed himself to female writers and fellow comics.
In 2015, Gawker published a story detailing allegations of mistreatment of women by Louis C.K. Weinstein could also soon face criminal charges, after multiple women accused him of rape in the weeks since the Times story first broke. While talking to him on the phone, she could hear him masturbating, she said.