Julia Wolov, one of Louis CK's five accusers, pointed out factual errors in a Canadian Jewish News story by Mark Breslin, founder of Yuk Yuk's club in Toronto, who defended allowing CK to perform. "If Mark Breslin had read the Times article, he would know that CK was accused by five women publicly, not four, and that what happened to us occurred in 2002, not 2005," she writes. "Contrary to Breslin’s accounting, what CK did was not done with consent. We never agreed nor asked him to take all his clothes off and masturbate to completion in front of us."
TOPICS: Louis CK, Julia Wolov, Sexual Misconduct