Published: Mon, November 13, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Pamela Adlon Talked About Louis CK Rumors Ahead of NY Times Exposé

Pamela Adlon Talked About Louis CK Rumors Ahead of NY Times Exposé

Louis CK, whose given name is Louis Szekely, will also no longer receive compensation from FX, according to the network. Mike Royce, the co-showrunner of Netflix's One Day at a Time who worked with C.K. on HBO's Lucky Louie, called the allegations "fucking terrible".

The Orchard first took a stance against Louis by canceling the movie premiere and then shelving the release of his next film, I Love You Daddy.

"Hi. I'm here. I have to say something".

Netflix had already cut ties with Louis C.K. earlier Friday, before the actor's admission. Now is obviously not the time to ask this question, as Emily Nussbaum elegantly explored in a New Yorker piece on the allegations.

'I am processing and grieving and hope to say more as soon as I am able, ' Adlon wrote in conclusion.

On November 9th, The New York Times published an article in which Dana Min Goodman, Julia Wolov, Abby Schachner, Rebecca Corry, and a fifth woman who spoke on the condition of anonymity, told the paper about their disturbing experiences with C.K.

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"We have terminated our relationship with Louis C.K".

With more and more women coming forward claiming that they've been harassed or assaulted, Aldon said those revelations aren't as surprising as people may think. The film is said to feature an uncomfortable scene with an uncanny relation to the allegations leveled against C.K. At the sharp end of this: men who have been allowed to flourish with impunity, with no consequences for their behaviour as long as they were rich, powerful or influential enough. That show is aired by FX. "That said, the matter is now under review".

When FX President John Landgraf was looking for a show featuring a female lead, C.K. suggested Adlon, and the pair co-created "Better Things", in which Adlon mined her chaotic life as a single mother of three girls for comedy. "It's so important", the Better Things star began in a statement to Us Weekly.

"I have gone through all of these kinds of things, like, in my twenties, in my thirties", she said.

Netflix has confirmed that it will not be producing a previously planned standup special with comedian Louis C.K. And I've tried to learn from them.

Netflix-which is now streaming five C.K. stand-up specials, including his latest from earlier this year-has not yet responded to the allegations. "All I know is that, I know about him as being my partner on a show that is the opposite of any of this kind of terrible, negative things".

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