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Sarah Silverman Says Louis CK Masturbated In Front Of Her: 'It Was Amazing!'

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Oct. 22 2018, Published 6:18 p.m. ET

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Sarah Silverman is sparing no details on a racy encounter with Louis C.K.!

On Oc. 22, the outspoken comedian went on The Howard Stern Show to admit that C.K. masturbated in front her — and she didn't mind!

When the shock jock asked Silverman, 47, how she felt about C.K. after multiple allegations of sexual abuse involving the funnyman surfaced, she replied: "He's my brother. I haven't talk to him in probably three months. I love him. He is my brother. I've known him since I was 19."

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But Stern, 64, pressed the topic and asked if C.K.'s career should be squashed.

"It's so hard to talk about because it's all black and white until it comes to your front door and the bad guy is someone you love," Silverman admitted. "Listen, what he did was wrong. I would not say it was analogous to the serial rapist Bill Cosby or to Weinstein."

Stern then asked if 51-year-old C.K. had ever jerked off in front of her.

"Listen I don't know if I'm going to regret saying this, but I've known Louis forever," she replied. "I'm not making excuses for him. Please don't take it that way. But we are peers, we are equals. So you know, when we were kids and he asked if he could masturbate in front of me. Sometimes I would go 'f**k yeah, I want to see that.'"

She then explained that at times C.K. wanted to masturbate in front, but she rejected him and he would comply.

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"It's not analogous to the other women... because he could offer me nothing, we were only just friends. So sometimes yeah I wanted to see it, it was amazing," Silverman said. "Sometimes I'd be like 'f**king gross, no' and we'd get pizza. I'm not saying what he does is okay, or what he did was okay. I'm not saying everybody should embrace Louis again."

"We talked openly, we were letting our freak flags fly....it's different," Silverman added. "I believe he has remorse, and I believe he can come back. I just want him to talk about it on stage."

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