Louis C.K. a surprising return to the stage on Sunday night, nearly 10 months after they admitted to sexual misconduct against a number of female comedians.
The comic appeared unannounced in the New York Comedy Cellar, a club he frequented in the past, and made a 15-minute sentence, the New York Times reported. He did not respond to the scandal that led him to resign from his career last November.
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Louis C. K. With his live comedy, he has made a name for himself in the industry, resulting in the acclaimed "Louie," an FX show that earned him two Emmy Awards. Rumors of unwanted sexual advances, including masturbating in front of women, have been surrounding the comic for years. Last November, he publicly announced after The Times published the reports of five women.
"The power I had over these women is that they admired me," he wrote, "and I exercised that power irresponsibly."
Louis C.K. was dumped by FX and "I Love You, Daddy" – a movie he had completed but not yet released – has been put on hold.
Despite the scandal, the Times reported this week that Louis C.K. received an ovation when he entered the stage.
Dworman said that he was surprised Louis C.K. Come back so fast.
"I did not think it would happen that soon," Dworman told The Times. "I thought he would be in a controlled environment for the first time, but he decided to just rip the band-aid off."
Not everyone was excited about the comic's return when a crowd member came closest to the club Day called to complain. Others expressed their discontent in the social media: