Shortly after the career-damaging report published by The New York Times on Louis C.K. was confirmed true by the man himself, Netflix has once again taken action.
In much the same way at it cut its ties with actor Kevin Spacey, the judge’s gavel has hit hard for yet another star. In light of the sexual allegations posed against Louis C.K., Netflix has announced it will be discontinuing with the comedian’s second stand-up special. Despite this, his content can still be found on the the provider’s service for the time being. Netflix wrote in a statement that, “The allegations made by several women in The New York Times about Louis C.K.’s behavior are disturbing. Louis’s unprofessional and inappropriate behavior with female colleagues has led us to decide not to produce a second stand-up special, as had been planned.”
Based on Louis CK's behavior, we are not making his second stand up special.
— Netflix US (@netflix) November 10, 2017
Netflix was not the only provider to take action against the star. The New York Times has also reported that his upcoming film, I Love You, Daddy, will be withheld from theaters, with HBO blocking his work from its on-demand service and further removing him from the lineup of its forthcoming “Night of Too Many Stars” benefit show.
Amongst this, the comedian’s publicist, Lewis Kay, posted the following to Twitter:
As of today, I no longer represent Louis C.K.
— Lewis Kay (@lewiskay) November 10, 2017
For more, you can read how celebrities reacted to news of the sexual misconduct here.