The top of FX stated he had “no consciousness” of the sexual misconduct dedicated by Louis C.Ok. till his habits was made public by the New York Occasions.
The comic was fired from the cable community in November after he admitted that he masturbated in entrance of a number of girls.
“We didn’t discover any situations or problems with misconduct at any time through the eight years we labored collectively,” FX Networks boss John Landgraf stated on the Tv Critics Affiliation Winter Press Tour in California on Friday, in line with Leisure Weekly.
Landgraf stated officers at FX didn’t know in regards to the allegations earlier than the Occasions story was revealed, “and the one factor I am conscious of was a blind merchandise in Gawker and to me that is not a verified information supply.” He stated the Gawker merchandise didn’t point out the comic’s identify.
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The FX head revealed that Louis C.Ok. advised him that he would publicly admit the Occasions allegations had been true. “Realizing that we decided we had been going to chop ties,” he stated Friday, in line with Selection.
Landgraf stated that FX is a “non-tolerance office” concerning its sexual harassment insurance policies.
“It is our duty to offer a secure working surroundings … we’re attempting to get higher and higher,” he stated, in line with Leisure Weekly.