Firstborn son of Artavius Quarterman
- Apr 25, 2020
It's like how Chris D'Elia put out a video completely ripping on people who think there's pedophilia in Hollywood, and people went "hey, Chris, buddy, you seem awfully defensive about this." Then, a few months later, the floodgates opened and his creepy behaviour got exposed. He doth protest too much and all that, you know?
Fascinating coincidence that a Hollywood pedophile played a child molester in a tv show.In June 2020, D'Elia was accused of sexual harassment, grooming, and solicitation of nude photos by multiple underage girls. D'Elia denied the allegations, saying that he had neither "knowingly pursued any underage women at any point" nor "met or exchanged any inappropriate photos with the people who have tweeted about me."
Comedy Central removed the 2011 Workaholics episode "To Friend a Predator", which featured D'Elia as a child molester who befriends the main cast, from their website, Hulu, and Prime Video. Comedy Central also removed D'Elia's 2013 standup special White Male. Black Comic. from their website. Whitney Cummings, who co-starred with D'Elia on Whitney from 2011 to 2013, said that she was "devastated and enraged" by the allegations and that D'Elia exhibited "a pattern of predatory behavior […] enabled by silence." Creative Artists Agency dropped D’Elia due to the allegations. Penn Badgley, the star of You who worked with D'Elia during the show's second season, said that "the idea that a show like ours would indirectly, unwittingly be a haven for people who are abusive is disturbing."