“Sometimes, you put something out there and it gets a different reaction,” he said (via )."To me, it was like a tussle," he added. We even thought it was funny when we tried it."Adlon countered, adding, "When we got through the scene, I said, 'I think we might be in trouble. They’re rumors, that’s all that is."As for Notaro's remarks, C. said, "I don’t know why she said the things she’s said, I really don’t. Another comedian, Abby Schachner, tells the that she could hear C. allegedly masturbating during a phone conversation that quickly turned "unprofessional and inappropriate."“I definitely wasn’t encouraging it," Schachner said.
Andy Byford, who is the chief executive officer of the Toronto Transit System, will take over as president of New York City Transit, officials said.
Byford, who is a United Kingdom native and and also spent years as a manager at the London Underground, will come aboard in January.
K.'s work -- from his standup and his FX show to his latest film (we'll get to that later) -- has often addressed the topic of masturbation and sometimes even sexual misconduct.
On a 2014 episode of , a scene was brought into question where C.
has repeatedly refused to address rumors even as they've gained more momentum in recent years.