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Subject: "Louis C.K. is done."
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Louis C.K. is done. 

A New York Times investigation published today put names and specifics to unsourced stories that had
been circulating for years, alleging that the filmmaker-performer pressured five female colleagues
to watch or listen to him masturbate. A one-line summary on the Times story strikes at the heart of
the charges: “As the powerful comedian found success by talking about his hang-ups, he was also
asking female comics and co-workers to watch him masturbate.”