Cara Buckley

Culture reporter for The New York Times

Culture reporter for The New York Times

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Five women have  accused  Louis C.K. of masturbating in front of them -- or asking if he can. The premiere of his movie, “I Love You, Daddy,” has been cancelled.

Louis C.K. confirms sexual misconduct allegations against him

Five women have accused Louis C.K. of masturbating in front of them -- or asking if he can. The premiere of his movie, “I Love You, Daddy,” has been cancelled.

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