Clip of Chris D'Elia Making Creepy Comments Resurfaces Amid Allegations

Chris D'Elia is in hot water. Amid the allegations of the disgraced 40-year-old comic sexually harassing several underage girls, a video from his podcast Congratulations with Chris D'Elia has resurfaced on Twitter.

In the clip from D'Elia's podcast, he sits at a desk and rants about what he thinks 14-year-old girls look like today.

"You ever see a f**king 14-year-old? She looks 30," he says. "There's no such thing as a 14-year-old girl anymore. They go from like, six, to 25."

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Comedian Chris D'Elia performs during Nashville Comedy Festival on April 22, 2018 at War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Outback Concerts

The Twitterverse cringed when they saw the clip. "Yikes," one Twitter user wrote. "6 to 25! I feel physically sick hearing that," another chimed in.

However, this wasn't the first time D'Elia made uncomfortable comments. Other instances where D'Elia joked about rape and pedophilia are also circulating. Some of the Tweets date back as early as 2009.

"I want to follow Miley Cyrus but I feel weird because she is underage. I'm 29. I can't follow a 16-year-old. Even on the internet," D'Elia wrote in 2009 about the Bangerz hitmaker.

"Checking in on FourSquare is basically just begging strangers to come rape you," D'Elia Tweeted in August 2010. "Linking your location to your Tweets is kinda like saying, 'Hey come rape me real quick,'" he added.

"Girls mature earlier than boys, but that's because you kind of HAVE to grow up when creepy old dudes are always trying to be inside of you," one since deleted Tweet from 2011 read.

"Following a girl on Twitter just because she is hot is equal as creepy as following a hot girl on the sidewalk," D'Elia wrote the same year, which also seems to have been removed from the social media platform. "It's actually less creepy to follow a Playboy Playmate while she's walking down the street than it is to follow her on Twitter," he added.

On June 16, several girls shared their stories, alleging that the No Pain comedian sexually harassed them, groomed them for sex and asked for nude pictures. The allegations included screenshots from past conversations and interactions, along with first-hand accounts detailed over several Tweets. These girls, who were as young as 16 and who started out as fans of D'Elia, described the comic as creepy and manipulative.

A Twitter user named Simoné, who uses the handle @girlpowertbh shared receipts of her interactions with D'Elia from 2014. After her story went viral, many other girls spoke up.

Newsweek did not receive comment from Chris D'Elia at the time of publication.