The recent allegations regarding an iconic NYC comedian actually isn’t that hard to believe, when you look at the shit he’s spent twenty years making jokes about.

HBO says Louis C.K. will not appear on its upcoming autism benefit show “Night of Too Many Stars.”

The cable network also says it is removing all of C.K.’s past projects from its on demand services.

The comes hours after The New York Times detailed five women’s allegations of sexual misconduct by the comedian. A representative for C.K. had no immediate comment on the allegations but it’s assumed that he will be removed from the face of the earth and popular culture in the next week – like the other grubs that have been exposed in the last month.

The small distribution company that is handling the release of Louis C.K.’s film “I Love You, Daddy” said Thursday that it is reviewing the situation and giving careful consideration to the timing and release of the film.

Betoota-based stand-up comedy enthusiast, Jarrod (31) says this isn’t too hard to beleive.

“Yeah… I could see that. What a shame” he says.

“I always liked his creepy shit. But it was much funnier when we thought it was hypothetical”

“Man, he’s essentially admitted to this stuff anyway”


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