Louis C.K. Victim Speaks Out, Shares Disturbing Details: ‘I Just Wanted It To Be Over’

Comedian Rebecca Corry is one of the many women who faced sexual misconduct from Louis C.K. — and yesterday she gave a live interview about her experience with the actor.

Corry said that while the incident happened many years ago, C.K. reached out to apologize to her for it in 2015 — but he got details wrong.

“When he called me he just told me that he owed me a very, very late apology for shoving me into the bathroom,” explained Corry. “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.”

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Watch the interview above to see Corry explain how she feels about C.K. now, and how she’s dealing with all of the media attention on such a painful experience.

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