Louis C.K. Returns to the Stage After Admitting to Sexual Misconduct

Louis C.K. Returns to the Stage After Admitting to Sexual Misconduct

Almost a year after admitting to multiple incidents of sexual misconduct, Louis C.K. seems to have returned to stand-up, performing a brief surprise walk-on set at New York's Comedy Cellar on Sunday night. After apologizing and staying out of the spotlight for nearly a year, C.K. made a surprise appearance at the Comedy Cellar in NY.

Comedy Cellar owner Noam Dworman told The Times that the comedian performed at his club, describing him as as "very relaxed".

Louis C.K. performed for 15 minutes but did not address the sexual misconduct scandal he has faced, according to Dworman. "I care about my customers very much", Dworman said about letting the comedian take the stage.

Louis CK released a statement a year ago during the height of the #MeToo campaign movement, confirming that allegations made against him by five women, including that he masturbated in front of them, were in fact true and saying that he could never forgive himself for the "scope of hurt" he had caused.

Still, some believe that the free market should ultimately decide the professional fate of the disgraced "I Love You Daddy" star. Dworman said, adding "there can't be a permanent life sentence on someone who does something wrong".

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The women claimed the comedian either masturbated in front of them or asked permission to do so. "I had thought that the first time he'd go on would be in a more controlled environment". Bluntly, no. C.K.'s entire comedy was predicated on the idea that he was a biased asshole, but an honest one - a person who saw through the bullshit routines governing most human behavior, and could cut to a point by way of honesty.

Monday night, less than a year after his decades of misconduct came to light, Louis C.K. Louis C.K. acknowledged the accusations were true and apologized. "And I care about doing the right thing".

He did, however, think C.K. would wait a while longer before returning to the spotlight: "I didn't think it was going to happen as soon as it did".

'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.