'Workaholics' Episode With Chris D'Elia as Child Predator Yanked Off Streaming Services
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Amazon, Hulu, and Comedy Central have all removed 'Workaholics' episode titled 'To Friend a Predator' starring Chris D'Elia amid allegations suggesting he preyed on underage girls.

AceShowbiz - An episode of TV series "Workaholics", featuring comedian Chris D'Elia as a sexual predator, has been removed from streaming sites following allegations he had inappropriate relationships with underage girls.

D'Elia hit headlines last week after a Twitter user, named Simone Rossi, shared screenshots of alleged email exchanges between herself and the 40 year old back in 2014, when she was just 16.

The correspondence suggests he was trying to solicit photographs of the teenager and arrange a meeting. The claims have prompted a number of anonymous women to come forward with their own allegations about D'Elia's inappropriate conduct.

D'Elia has denied the allegations, telling TMZ he "never knowingly" pursued underage girls, adding, "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."

But the scandal has prompted bosses at Amazon Prime, Hulu and Comedy Central to pull an episode of "Workaholics", in which D'Elia played the role of a child molester. The episode, titled "To Friend a Predator", originally aired in 2011.

A representative for Comedy Central has confirmed to Variety that the episode is no longer available.

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