Comedian's film, Netflix special, scrapped after misconduct claims
Friday, 10 November 2017 () LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The release of the comedian Louis C.K.'s film "I Love You Daddy" was scrapped on Friday and Netflix Inc canceled a planned special with the comedian following allegations of sexual misconduct against him.
Comedian and actor Louis C.K. is the latest high-profile figure in the entertainment industry to watch his career crumble in the wake of a series of allegations regarding sexual misconduct.
Website Digital Trends shares that Netflix announced it will not produce the second of two stand-up comedy...
Louis C.K. has just put out an official statement confirming the sexual misconduct allegations that five women have brought up against him. He has also had... OK! Magazine - CelebritiesAlso reported by •Business Insider •The Wrap •Firstpost •TUAW •Reuters India
Following the accusations pointed at Louis C.K. by five women in the New York Times Thursday, Netflix has now dropped a planned standup special with the comedian... Mashable - InternetAlso reported by •TMZ.com •Reuters India