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Stephen Colbert has commented on the sexual misconduct allegations surrounding his former boss Louis CK.
On Thursday The New York Times broke a story alleging that CK had, in the past, exposed himself to five separate women.
These accusations led the comedian to cancel his appearance on The Late Show leaving Stephen Colbert with no choice but to address the rumours himself.
CK and Colbert have known each other since 1996 when the now host of The Late Show earned a spot on the Dana Carvey Show, where CK was the head writer.
You would think that considering their long term connection Colbert might hold back on any comments regarding CK.
In his opening monologue Colbert also address the recent claims against Republican senate nominee Roy Moore, who The Washington Post report allegedly initiated a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old.
Colbert tied these two "disturbing" stories into one line which proved to be both amusing and deeply critical of the two men.
Watch the full segment in the video below.
HT The Daily Beast
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