Tig Notaro
Tig Notaro is speaking Tig Notaro is speaking out about how she believes Louis C.K.'s attempts to help her career grow were done to cover up his behavior, which included alleged sexual misconduct against other women. Here, she is pictured with actor John Rothman on stage at a screening for 'One Mississippi' Season 2 in New York City on Sept. 5, 2017. Monica Schipper/Getty Images for Amazon Studios

While she doesn't have her own story of sexual misconduct involving a situation with comedian Louis C.K., comedian Tig Notaro is admitting she still feels the effects of her own less than positive experience with him.

Notaro, whose Amazon series "One Mississippi" is executive produced by Louis C.K., has spoken out in a bombshell New York Times report about him, which claims he was guilty of sexual misconduct against five different women. Notaro admits in the story that she feels his helping her release her comedy album in 2012, which dealt with her cancer diagnosis, was something he did to try and "cover his tracks" about his behavior.

""He knew it was going to make him look like a good guy, supporting a woman," she said. "Sadly, I've come to learn that Louis C.K.'s victims are not only real, but many are actual friends within the comedy community."

Notaro also admitted to the Times that she now feels "trapped" by her association with him, after their relationship began crumble.

Their relationship's deterioration came after she sold her series to Amazon, though she also made waves over the summer, when she adamantly refused to refer to Louis C.K. as having any involvement with her show, despite his name being attached to it as an executive producer.

"He's never been involved," she told The Daily Beast at the time. ".. It's frustrating, because he has nothing to do with the show. But I don't waste my time on him or what anyone thinks. His name is on it. But we are writing the show, the writers' room. We're sitting in editing. We're acting. We're on set. We're doing press. And everyone that's directly involved in the show works very hard. They are decent, talented human beings. And I feel lucky to be surrounded by them."

"But yeah, he has nothing to do with the show," she added.

Her comments came because a portion of the show's plot revolves around sexual assault, including a scene where a man forced a woman to watch him masturbate in the workplace, a situation that now seems eerie when compared to the claims that have come out against the comedian.