On Thursday afternoon the New York Times published a bombshell alleging comedian Louis C.K. of sexual misconduct towards five different women. The allegations range from masturbating (without consent) to inappropriate sexual requests, and the report already caused the distributor of Louis C.K's new film "I Love You Daddy to cancel its release.
In response to the fallout, Louis C.K. broke his silence on the sexual assault allegations, and fully admitted he was guilty in a statement tweeted out by New York Times writer Dave Itzkoff.
While the comedian essentially denied rumors of sexual misconduct in an interview back in September, Louis C.K. fully admits his guilt in his newest lengthy statement.
The statement reads in full: