Netflix has dropped a planned prank show featuring Chris D’Elia. The move comes after allegations of sexual misconduct made against the comedian. A spokesperson for Netflix confirmed the news to The Independent. According to the LA Times, which first reported the development, the non-scripted show would have featured D’Elia and another comedian. The program had yet to go into production. D'Elia has been accused of grooming underaged girls for sex via social media.
Chris D’Elia was accused of sexually harassing underage girl. The accusations quickly went viral on social media. As a result, the actor received widespread condemnation from several fellow comedians. How have these accusations affected D’Elia’s career? Dankanator.com reports that D'Elia has been dumped by all his agents and managers. His cameos in sitcoms have been removed from streaming services. He lost sponsors for his podcast.
Chris D’Elia's fall from comedy has been swift and brutal. The disgraced comedian has been accused of sexually harassing teen girls on social media. D’Elia has been canned by his manager, 3 Arts Entertainment. His comedy gig booking agent, William Morris Endeavor, also severed ties with him, the Los Angeles Times reported. D’Elia has not been charged with anything criminal and denies wrongdoing, but HuffPo reports the consequences are piling up.
Jimmy Kimmel is apologizing for a blackface impression of NBA star Karl Malone, Chris D’Elia has now been dropped by agency CAA amid sexual misconduct allegations and Spike Lee is calling on NFL to pressure D.C. team to change its controversial name.
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