Leaked audio from a recent stand-up routine has led to more backlash against comedian Louis CK. CK, accused last year of sexual misconduct by 5 women, mocked survivors of the Parkland shooting during his set, along with other controversial topics. CK stated he didn’t care if his jokes were too crude because his life is over.
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Comedian Louis C.K. is facing a new backlash this morning after a recorded performance leaked, showing him mocking survivors of the Parkland school shooting and joking about gender identity. Slowly, the 51-year-old comic returns to the stage after five women accused him of sexual misconduct more than a year ago.
The audio was supposedly recorded at the Governor’s Comedy Club on Long Island in New York two weeks ago, reports correspondent Jamie Yuccas.
Louis C.K., who built a career on shock humor and told crude and often dark jokes, began this set by saying that he lost $35 million in one day following the allegations of sexual misconduct against him.