Better Things star Pamela Adlon is 'devastated' about Louis CK's behavior

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As reactions have poured in after comedian Louis C.K. admitted the sexual misconduct allegations outlined in a New York Times story yesterday are true, many wondered what Pamela Adlon would say. FX's statement did not specifically say whether they were canceling or continuing the shows but the lack of a clear cancellation may mean there's hope that the two worthy projects could survive the fallout, as long as Louis C.K. doens't participate in the shows in any way.

Louie C.K' said in the statement, "I have been remorseful of my actions". "This sort of subtle aggrandisement seems to me to be all over Louie, this way the show burnishes Louis C.K., often at the expense of Louie, as a guy who gets the complexities of male and female experience".

Just hours after the NY Times published a story that detailed how Louis C.K. masturbated in front of five different women without consent, HBO has announced that they are severing ties with the comedian.

"It hurts to read about things that people are saying about him", Adlon, who stars in and serves as an executive producer alongside C.K. on FX's Better Things, began.

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But its persona-forward, autobiographical-seeming model spawned fascinating further entries in the genre, whether produced by C.K.

Today, C.K. issued a statement in the New York Times admitting there is truth to the women's claims.

FX is home to Louie, C.K.'s experimental series that ushered in a new era of auteur-focused TV dramedies.

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"That guy's so depraved he makes Louis C.K. watch him jerk off". The power I had over these women is that they admired me.

The Orchard, the distribution company for the comic's controversial movie "I Love You, Daddy", dropped the film one week before its November 17 release. Initially, C.K.'s publicist, Lewis Kay, said that his client won't respond to any requests for comment.

During a joint appearance discussing the new season of "Better Things", at the Television Critics Association summer 2017 press tour in Los Angeles, Louis C.K. praised Adlon as a writer, actor and collaborator, calling her "my most reliable sounding board". "And I wielded that power irresponsibly".

"I also took advantage of the fact that I was widely admired in my and their community, which disabled them from sharing their story and brought hardship to them when they tried because people who look up to me didn't want to hear it".

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