Louis CK's new film will not be released following sexual misconduct allegations

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Louis CK accused of sexual misconduct by five women

"The Orchard will not be moving forward with the release of I Love You, Daddy", the company said in a brief statement Friday morning.

In addition on Friday, C.K.'s management company 3 Arts and his publicist also terminated their relationship with the comedian.

CK's statement was posted on Twitter by New York Times journalist Dave Itzkoff.

The cancellation follows accusations of sexual misconduct from five women against the comedian in a New York Times report.

HBO announced on Thursday that Louis C.K. will not be appearing in the upcoming "Night of Too Many Stars: America Unites for Autism Programs".

Thursday's NY premiere of I Love You, Daddy was canceled shortly before the article's publication, and C.K.

Netflix has also said that it will not produce a second stand-up special with C.K. that had been planned.

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Netflix has confirmed that it will not be producing a previously planned standup special with comedian Louis C.K.

The release of the movie, starring, written and directed by Louis C.K., has been put on hold.

Time Warner Inc.'s HBO on Thursday dropped Szekely specials from its on-demand service and said he won't appear as planned on an upcoming November 18 program for charity. And I have to reconcile it with who I am. "I do not condone sexual misconduct and, in light of the allegations, will not be promoting the movie further", Day told the LA Times.

Szekely has used sex and gender in his humor for years, once referring to men as the No. 1 threat to women. Notaro has since distanced herself from Szekely, while FX is airing the second season of Adlon's show "Better Things", co-created by the comedian.

His relationship with FX, which airs his show Louie, is "under review".

Tig Notaro said she felt "trapped" by her association with Louis C.K., who is listed as one of the executive producers on her series "One Mississippi".

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