In her first interview in four years, Corry -- who first spoke out about CK's sexual misconduct in a November 2017 New York Times exposé -- tells Variety in response to CK's recent Grammy win that "I don’t care what that guy does, and of course cancel culture is real. I’m living proof. The moment I was sexually harassed at my job, I was canceled. That’s how it works, kids." Corry says she'll incorporate CK's sexual harassment into her act, but it won't be the main focus because "my life and experiences are so much more than this gross debacle." Has she been canceled? "Listen, I can’t prove I’m blacklisted, but I feel and see it," says Corry. "Being on the 'one of five women' list absolutely affects potential opportunities and makes the Hollywood lemmings want to distance themselves from me. I’m currently pitching two shows, and while I know how hard it is to sell a show, being on the “list” is not helping. Certain people won’t touch it because of their past or current affiliations. I also won’t work with assholes, so the playing field is narrow. But I’m lucky to have the best agent on the planet and we aren’t giving up."
TOPICS: Rebecca Corry, Louis CK, Sexual Misconduct, Standup Comedy