Louis C.K. Victim Rebecca Corry Speaks Out: ‘I Just Wanted it to Be Over’


A victim of Louis C.K.’s admitted sexual misconduct is speaking out days after she and four other women went on-the-record to The New York Times.

Appearing on New Day Monday, comedian Rebecca Corry opened up about what the past few days have been like since she broke her silence.

“Sitting here after 26 years of working in this industry and I’m talking about a middle-aged man who masturbates everywhere…that’s a horrible position to be in, and he put us all in that. And it’s gross,” Corry said.

In 2005, C.K. — according to Corry’s account in the Times — approached the actress on the set of a pilot on which they were both working. He then allegedly asked if he could masturbate in front of her.

Corry, on New Day, recounted a phone call from C.K. in 2015 in which he expressed remorse for the incident.

“[W]hen he called me he just told me that he owed me a very, very late apology for shoving me into the bathroom. And I said, ‘You didn’t shove me into the bathroom. You offered to masturbate in front of me in front of my dressing room on the set of our pilot.’ And he then remembered and said that he was sorry. And, you know, we talked awkwardly a little bit longer and that was it. I just wanted it to be over.”

Watch above, via CNN.

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