Colbert Mocks Al Franken Over Newest Sexual Harassment Accusation (Video)

“The Late Show” host read from “the Bill of Rights for Entertainers” after Minnesota senator accused of telling a woman that kissing her was his “right as an entertainer”

Stephen Colbert kicked off Wednesday’s episode of “The Late Show” with a PSA: famous people do not have an inalienable right to sexually harass people.

At issue was the newest sexual harassment accusation against Minnesota senator Al Franken: that in 2006, he tried to forcibly kiss a woman who said Franken told her “it’s my right as an entertainer.”

“No it isn’t,” Colbert said.

Colbert then pulled out a copy of what he said was the Bill of Rights for Entertainers. Among them:

“I have the right to ride the rides at Disney ahead of children.”

“I skip security at airports through one of those unmarked doors you people can’t see.”

Watch the whole thing below.

Franken has denied the accusation, saying in a statement Wednesday that it is “is categorically not true and the idea that I would claim this as my right as an entertainer is preposterous. I look forward to fully cooperating with the ongoing ethics committee investigation.”

The senator has faced increasing pressure as accusations of inappropriate conduct mount. On Wednesday, several fellow Democratic senators called for Franken’s resignation. His office later told TheWrap that no decision has been made.