In the series, Penn plays a charming murderer named Joe Goldberg, who struck up a friendship with a comedian (Chris d’elia) who sexually assaults young women who seek his professional guidance. The irony of Elia’s alleged actions mirroring that of his on-screen persona was not lost on those on social media, or escape to Badgley.
“I’m also thinking about how to somehow not of the idea that a show like ours would have indirectly, without the desire to be a refuge for people who are violent, it is disturbing. It is very worrying, ” he said. “What should we do to change this? Because this is not only the empowerment of individuals. There must be a change in culture and attitude so that this kind of behavior is so clearly objectionable, it is, therefore, clear, as, anti-human “