- The American Comic Louis C.K. says that allegations of sexual misconduct are true to him and that he regrets his actions. Three women accused him of masturbation in their presence in The New York Times.
'I regret my actions. And I've been trying to learn it, 'said C. K.' I am now only aware of the extent of the impact of my actions. I took advantage of the fact that I was admired on a large scale, so they could not share their story because people who watched me did not want to hear it. '
C. K. further says that he has to reconcile himself, even though he realizes that it is nothing compared to what his victims need to handle. 'I wish I had responded differently. That I could have been a good example for them and could have given them some guidance as comedy, especially because I admired their work. '
'I hurt my family, my friends, my children and their mother. I had a long and happy career in which I could say what I wanted. I will now take a step back and listen ', so C. K. ends his relaas.
Five female comedians accused C. K. of Thursday that he had masturbated for their nose. The story immediately affected the American. For example, his movie, I Love You, Daddy, does not work out and deleted Netflix and HBO's stand-up shows.