Workaholics episode with Chris D’Elia as child predator removed from Hulu, Prime

Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and Comedy Central have pulled an episode of Workaholics where Chris D’Elia is playing the role of a child predator.

The move was made after sexual harassment allegations surfaced against D’Elia. The comedian and actor has been accused of harassing minors on social media with some charges coming from women as young as 16.

The Workaholics episode titled To Friend a Predator featured D’Elia playing a molester who connects with children over the internet. His character also befriends characters of Adam Devine, Anders Holm and Blake Anderson in the same episode.

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Comedy Central has also confirmed that D’Elia’s comedy special White Male. Black Comic has also been removed from their platform.

As a response to the accusations, D’Elia released the following statement:

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. That being said, I really am truly sorry.

Workaholics revolves around three friends and features many guest stars. The official description of the show reads as follows:

Workaholics follows Blake, Adam and Ders, three friends who work together as telemarketers from 9 to 5, live together from 5 to 9 and party together 24/7. Whether they’re at their house in Rancho Cucamonga or getting ready to rage at a Renaissance Faire, the guys find trouble wherever they go.

You can catch a snippet of Workaholics featuring Seth Rogen and Zac Efron here:

D’Elia was also recently seen in the latest season of Netflix’s YOU for playing the role a comedian who harasses young women.

Streaming platforms have recently been taking responsibility to stand against notable problems in the society. Recently, Netflix, HBO Max and other streaming platforms decide to remove content that involves racial prejudice.

Likewise, Netflix also created a separate collection of Black Lives Matter on its platform to show solidarity for the movement.

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