Acclaimed comedian Louis CK has been accused of sexual misconduct toward several women, according to a new report by .
Five women, including fellow comics Dana Min Goodman, Julia Wolov, Abby Schachner and Rebecca Corry, have accused CK of separate instances of misconduct, including masturbating in front of them.
Corry claimed she worked on a television pilot with CK in 2005 and was propositioned by the Emmy Award-winning actor.
"He leaned close to my face and said, ‘Can I ask you something?’ I said, ‘Yes,’" Corry said in a statement to The New York Times.
"He asked if we could go to my dressing room so he could masturbate in front of me."
After declining the offer and pointing out he had a pregnant wife and daughter, CK allegedly became red in the face and told Corry he "had issues".
The show's executive producers, Courteney Cox and David Arquette confirmed Corry's account.
"What happened to Rebecca on that set was awful," Cox said in an email.
CK's manager, Dave Becky, who also represents names like Kevin Hart, Aziz Ansari and Amy Poehler, has also been accused of threatening two of the women to not go public about their alleged encounters with CK.
"I don’t recall the exact specifics of the conversation, but know I never threatened anyone," Becky said.
Becky is also a partner of 3 Arts Entertainment which produces popular TV series such as Broad City, Master Of None, Silicon Valley and Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
The premiere for CK's new film, I Love You, Daddy, has been cancelled, as has a scheduled appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.
A publicist for CK told The New York Times he would not respond to the report.
The Hollywood Reporter has since reported that HBO has dropped CK from an upcoming charity special and has cut previous stand-up specials and series from its on-demand service.