Comedian Louis C.K. Cancels Film Premiere As Scathing Report Looms
Louis C.K. canceled his premiere for upcoming film I Love You, Daddy amid reports of a bombshell New York Times expose, RadarOnline.com can report.
According to the Hollywood Reporter a potentially "damaging" story is about to break about the famous comedian.
C.K.'s planned appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert was also axed, with actor William H. Macy taking his place.
RadarOnline.com has extensively reported on past sexual misconduct allegations against the comic.
“For years, the truth about his kinky fetishes has been kept hush-hush,” an insider told RadarOnline.com in September. “Women have been too scared to speak out until now because he’s such a powerful player.”
“It’s all about to come crashing down for Louis,” the insider said. “When these claims come out, he stands to lose everything!”
C.K.’s new movie is described as a “Woody Allen-esque film” that tells the story of a father trying to stop his underage daughter from dating a 68-year-old filmmaker.
He could be just the latest to face the backlash of an industry fed up with the male-dominated, casting couch lifestyle.
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