Chris D'Elia Dropped by His Agency Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations
CAA is the latest to sever ties with the comedian
Published Jun 23, 2020As Chris D'Elia stands accused of sexual misconduct — specifically, inappropriate activities involving underage girls — more and more entertainment entities have been making moves to distance themselves from the comedian.
The latest of which is D'Elia's own talent agency, Creative Artists Agency. As it stands now, D'Elia is no longer a client of CAA.
While D'Elia has yet to be formally charged, a number of streaming platforms have also moved to remove his work, including his appearance on a 2011 episode of Workaholics titled "To Friend a Predator," in which D'Elia plays a child molester. Both that episode and his 2013 comedy special White Male. Black Comic are no longer streaming on Comedy Central.
Last week (June 17), D'Elia released a statement denying all allegations lodged against him — while simultaneously apologizing for the actions that he denied.