Right around four years after his sexual wrongdoing embarrassment, Louis C.K. is planning for a cross country satire visit.

The disputable professional comic reported in an email Wednesday that he will leave on a crosscountry, multi-city visit, starting Aug. 13 in New York and finishing up in December in Boston.

“Hi Person that you are by and large at the present time,” he wrote in the email, per Deadline. “I’m keeping in touch with you today since I will visit around the United States of America, performing stand-up satire in venues in a few unique urban communities.”

C.K., 53, recognized that COVID “is as yet a factor around the nation and world,” adding that “we will perceive how this goes.”

“We will probably do each show we can do. We will consent to the neighborhood legislatures of every city as far as wellbeing norms and practices. Like every other person, we will simply put forth a valiant effort in light of the current situation,” he proceeded. “I’m truly anticipating considering your to be as I make some fairly inconsiderate wisecracks and stories.”

The full rundown of dates for the five-month visit are posted on his site.

In November 2017, the New York Times distributed a report in which five ladies point by point their encounters with C.K., incorporating that he jerked off before them.

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Joke artists Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov said that while with C.K. in his lodging after their show at the U.S. Satire Arts Festival in 2002, he “continued to take the entirety of his garments off, and get totally exposed, and began jerking off.”

Comic Rebecca Corry said C.K. “inquired as to whether we could go to my changing area so he could stroke off before me” while recording a TV pilot in 2005, and essayist Abby Schachner said she heard him jerking off through the telephone during a 2003 call. A fifth, mysterious lady said that while chipping away at The Chris Rock Show in the last part of the 1990s, C.K. stroked off while she sat with him in his office, and an associate verified her story to the Times.

C.K. reacted with an extended assertion wherein he conceded that “these accounts are valid.”