Comedian/actor Chris D'Elia has been dropped by CAA (Creative Artists Agency) following multiple accusations of sexual misconduct, including by multiple women who were underage at the time, Variety reports.

D'Elia was accused of grooming, harassing, and soliciting nudes from minors, and one woman accused him of groping her and a friend, repeatedly offering them both alcohol, and exposing himself to them without consent. D'Elia denied "knowingly [pursuing] any underage women at any point" and said "all of my relationships have been both legal and consensual and I have never met or exchanged any inappropriate photos with the people who have tweeted about me."

Previously, Hulu, Comedy Central, and Amazon Prime removed the episode of Workaholics where D'Elia plays a child molester. D'Elia's former Whitney co-star Whitney Cummings also responded to the allegations, saying "I'm devastated and enraged by what I've read and learned" and "Girls should be able to be a fan of a comedian they admire without becoming a sexual target." Other high-profile comedians also reacted to the news, and some said or implied that they had heard similar stories about D'Elia.

Netflix -- where D'Elia has three stand-up specials and also stars in You as a pedophile -- has not yet publicly responded. LA Times recently asked You showrunner Sera Gamble and Netflix for comment, though both declined.

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