Sarah Silverman Got Shit For Saying She Let Louis CK Jack Off In Front Of Her, And Now She’s Sorry 

October 23, 2018 / Posted by:

Sarah Silverman was on The Howard Stern Show and she talked about her friend, joke-teller and dick-puller Louis CK. As everyone knows from their skin crawling off their body and running off far, far away, Louis CK admitted that he terrorized women with his dick by pulling it out and jacking off in front of them without their permission after several women said that he made them feel a new kind of uncomfortable by jacking off in front of them without their permission. After being gone for more than enough (aka not nearly enough time), Louis CK is on somewhat of a comeback tour (I mean, he’s gotta make that $35 million back, poor him), and his friend/fellow comedian/former jack off show audience member of one Sarah Silverman is helping him out.

Sarah spoke with Howard Stern about reconciling the #MeToo movement and the advancement of women’s rights with being friends with a guy who used to jerk it in front of unwilling females. Sarah said that she too had been a witness to Louis giving himself a happy ending, but she was different from the other girls because she was totally down with it some of the time. This is when “Being One Of The Boys” takes a sharp right turn into NOPE.

Sarah starts by saying: “Listen, I don’t know if I’m going to regret saying this, but…” so you know she’s probably going to end up regretting saying this:

“…I’ve known Louis forever. I’m not making excuses for him — please don’t take this that way… But, you know, we are peers, we are equals. When we were kids, and he used to ask if he could masturbate in front of me, sometimes I’d go, ‘Fuck yeah I want to see that!'”

Only they weren’t kids and wasn’t just an innocent game of show and tell, and just because she’s cool with it doesn’t mean everyone is, and she must’ve figured that out real quick, because she tried to clear her mess up while continuing to step in it more…

“It’s not analogous to the other women that are talking about what he did to them, because he could offer me nothing. We were only just friends. So sometimes, yeah, I wanted to see it, it was amazing. Sometimes I’d be like, ‘Fucking, gross, no,’ and we’d get pizza. So I’m not saying what he did was okay, I’m just saying at a certain point, when he became influential — not even famous — but influential in the world of comedy, it changes. And he realized that. He realized it later — but certainly before that New York Times — and even in that New York Times article, they talk about how he went on and tried to connect with some of these women to say ‘I fucked up and wronged you and want to make this right.'”

Why bring innocent pizza into this, Sarah?!

Sarah then rated what Louis did on a scale of Bill Cosby to an innocent baby bunny rabbit and says he’s not as bad as Bill Cosby, and we shouldn’t bury his career in a shallow ditch because he said he was sorry, okay.

“I love him. He’s my brother. I’ve known him since I was 19. It’s so hard to talk about, because, you know, it’s all very black and white until it comes to your front door and the ‘bad guy’ is someone you love. Listen: What he did was wrong. I would not say it was analogous to the serial rapist Bill Cosby, I would not say it’s even close to Harvey Weinstein…. It took him a long time to realize that that was not okay. But it just seems like how people come forward and say ‘I did this and I have immense remorse and I want to make it right’ … I’m not saying they shouldn’t be punished or whatever, but it just is… They’re dead to the world, and then these schmucks that deny deny deny, no matter how much proof there is — and I’m talking about Donald Trump, I’m talking about Kavanaugh.

But you know, I believe he has remorse, I believe he can come back, I just want him to talk about it onstage. But comics don’t like to be told what to do, so he’s just gonna have to find his way or not find his way and people are gonna watch him or not watch him.”

One woman who came forward against Louis in the New York Times article last year, Rebecca Corry, tweeted her thoughts about Sarah’s interview and that’s when Sarah apologized:

What an awkward turtle. Who defends their friend by admitting they too have watched them jerk off and it was okay with you? Interesting tactic, must admit. I’m just glad she didn’t go the Stormy Daniels route and describe it.

Pic: Wenn.com

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