New York — Indie distributor The Orchards says Louis C.K.'s film I Love You, Daddy will not be released, following a report on sexual misconduct by the comedian.
The film was set for limited release in New York and Los Angeles on Friday and for wide release on 17 November. The film's New York premiere was also cancelled on Thursday.
The Friday announcement came after The New York Times on Thursday reported that C.K. has masturbated in front of five women comedians and actresses.
C.K. has not responded to the allegations.
Here's a look at the film distributor's statement:
Louis CK's film distributor for "I Love You Daddy" won't be releasing film. Was due out Nov 17 pic.twitter.com/rGvSuLotf0— Cara Buckley (@caraNYT) November 10, 2017