Lena Headey Slams Louis CK Statement as ‘S—show of Narcissistic C— Soup’

“He didn’t apologize. FULL STOP,” the “Game of Thrones” star tweets

Louis C.K.’s statement owning up to his history of sexual misconduct fell short, says “Game of Thrones” star Lena Headey.

“Louis CK. The words you wrote are a s–show of narcissistic c— soup,” she wrote in a tweet on Saturday.

She elaborated further when another user accused her of trying to “hang him in public” even though “he apologized” and faced great personal and professional consequences for his actions. “He didn’t apologize. FULL STOP,” she wrote. “He wrote some stuff that he thought would make people still think he’s funny. He ain’t.”

Multiple women accused C.K. of sexual misconduct in a New York Times story published on Thursday. Two of the women, Dana Min Goodman and Julia Wolov, said Becky pressured them to not go forward with their story of C.K. forcing them to watch him masturbate in an Aspen hotel room.

In a lengthy statement issued on Friday, C.K. admitted to the acting “irresponsibly” and said he was “remorseful of my actions.”

C.K. was then dropped as a client by his manager 3 Arts Entertainment, his agency APA and his publicist Lewis Kay. His film “I Love You, Daddy” was shelved by distributor The Orchard, and FX, TBS, HBO and Netflix all cut ties with the star, with FX dropping his executive producer credit from his numerous projects with the company.