"What I said was, when you hear rumors about someone, and they ask you to go on the road with them, this is what being a woman in comedy is like-imagine if there's always a chance of rain over your head but [with] men, there isn't".
Comedy duo, Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov alleged that in 2002, C.K. exposed himself to them after inviting them to hang out in his hotel room. The pair assumed the meeting would be "collegial".
Quartz has reached out to both Becky and Louis C.K.'s publicist for additional comment.
Actor and comedian Rebecca Corry told The New York Times that while she was working on a pilot in 2005, Louis CK came in as a guest star, and asked to enter her dressing room, where he planned to masturbate in front of her. "And then he really did it", Ms. Goodman said in an interview with The New York Times. Corry told the Times C.K. asked if he could masturbate in front of her. Six years after their phone call, Schachner said she received an apologetic Facebook message from Louis C.K., saying that the call ended in a "sordid fashion".
Though the women thought he was joking and laughed off his crudeness, the comedian allegedly disrobed and begin masturbating in front of the women.
She also claims C.K. later emailed her in 2015, and that he apologized.
"I think the big piece of why I said yes was because of the culture", she continued.
"What we found out is that when we start going down a road and exploring a storyline, if it's making either of us uncomfortable, we know we're onto something", Adlon told him in September. Notaro even devoted an entire episode of her Amazon comedy series, One Mississippi-which is produced by Louis C.K. -to the allegations against Louis C.K. That episode is a pretty harrowing watch now.
The report included accounts from five different women who described various incidents of alleged sexual harassment by the comedian, born Louis Székely.
The premiere of Louis C.K.'s controversial new film "I Love You, Daddy", as well as his scheduled appearance on CBS' "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" have been abruptly canceled ahead of a story The New York Times is expected to break about the comedian. The scene echoes an allegation made by anonymous comedians that gained further traction after a Roseanne Barr interview previous year.