After five different allegations of sexual misconduct and Louis C.K.’s admittance to such allegations, the famed comedian has been cut from all future Universal Pictures films, according to multiple sources. This means that C.K. has officially been cut from the cast of The Secret Life of Pets 2, which means that Universal must recast the main character of the film, Max. He has also cancelled the opening to his new film I Love You Daddy, which was supposed to premiere sometime next week.
C.K. is currently one of the only actors to receive allegations for sexual assault/misconduct and to fully admit to the accusations. Many TV networks have began cutting ties with the actor and comedian, including FX, who officially ended four projects he was working on including Better Things, Baskets, One Mississippi, and The Cops, HBO, who cancelled two of his standup routines and deleted all of his comedy routines from their streaming service, and Netflix, which also cancelled his standup routine. His publicist and management company have also dropped the now defamed comedian.
We will continue to update on C.K.’s story as we assume that many other networks and companies he works/has worked for make their decisions on his consequences.