Chris D’Elia dropped by reps at CAA, WME, 3 Arts Entertainment

After multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, Chris D’Elia has been dumped by his talent agents, manager, and tour agent.

On Tuesday, The Times confirmed that Creative Artists Agency, 3 Arts Entertainment, and William Morris Endeavor are no longer working with the comedian. The companies did not respond to questions about why they had separated from the 40-year-old man, who last week publicly stressed that all of their relationships have been “legal and consensual.”

At CAA, D’Elia was represented by a team of agents that included Ryan Abboushi. D’Elia’s former manager at 3 Arts, Josh Lieberman, has comedians Adam Pally, Tom Segura and Dave Attell on his list. WME reserved the comedian’s tour dates.

A week ago, dozens of women began appearing on Twitter to share their stories about D’Elia’s alleged inappropriate behavior. Five of them later detailed their claims to The Times, describing how the standing comic book allegedly made unwanted sexually aggressive proposals. Two of the women were not yet 18 years old when D’Elia allegedly asked them to meet or “kiss”; a couple of others alleged that he exposed his erect penis to them in his hotel room after they seemed disinterested in his sexual advances.

D’Elia’s last project was “No Pain,” a comedy special that debuted on Netflix in April. He also appeared in the second season of the broadcast company series “You,” in which he played a comedian who annoys underage women. Netflix has declined to comment on his work for the streamer, which also includes two other standing specials and a role in Zack Snyder’s upcoming movie “Army of the Dead.”

D’Elia has faced rebuke from many in the comedy world since the allegations against her arose. Whitney Cummings, who worked with him for two years on her NBC comedy “Whitney,” said she was “devastated and enraged” by D’Elia’s “predatory behavior pattern”. Amy Schumer also visited Instagram to express her feelings, applauding the bravery of women who spoke of “the mistreatment they have experienced at the hands of comedians” and others. “[e]especially those who are not of legal age to consent. “