Video showing former Daily Show Jon Stewart host laughing off claims that Louis C. sexually harassed women has re-emerged after a year and a half. masturbated either in front of them or while on the phone to them without their permission; today he admitted the claims were true.Stewart was at a recording of the podcast The Axe Files at the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics in May last year when he was asked whether he had seen Gawker articles accusing C. The ex-host, who famously doesn't use Twitter, let out a hysterical laugh then said in a small, faintly mocking voice: 'No, I didn't see "the tweets"'. But rumors that he had exposed himself to unwilling women have been swirling since at least 2012.' - referring to his hatred of Twitter - then, in a small, mocking tone familiar to fans of The Daily Show: 'No, I didn't see "the Tweets"'.The implication that these claims are unreliable because they were expressed on the internet was picked up by the questioner, who pressed on, and brought up the Bill Cosby allegations.'I apologize,' Stewart said, 'I'm not that connected to that world, so I apologize - but I don't know what you're talking about...
And I can hardly wrap my head around the scope of hurt I brought on them.
The Weinstein revelations were the first boulder coming loose, and quickly triggered an avalanche of similar complaints that have spilled far beyond entertainment to impact every industry.
Lou Shapiro, a criminal defense attorney who specializes in crisis management: He probably will bounce back but not in a way where he’s front and center.
But in an interview with The Village Voice in September, she walked that back.'There are rumors out there that Louis takes his d**k out at women,' she said. 'So you go, "Should I leave the house with an umbrella, or not? I think this might be a case of there's nothing there.'If I'm wrong, I'm wrong, and if any women want to come forward and say what he's done, I'll totally back them, because I believe women.
But I just don't know any.'On Friday HBO announced that it would cut C. are seen here with Katy Perry ahead of the 'Night of Too Many Stars' autism fundraiser special in 2012.
Weinstein and Spacey have reportedly checked into a treatment facility that specializes in sex addiction, presumably in an effort to rehabilitate their image.