Kate Quigley is a stand-up comedian, actress, and writer best known for her work on the television show “Chelsea Lately.” She has also appeared on numerous other shows, including “The Joe Rogan Experience.” In 2019, Quigley was the victim of a sexual assault by comedian Chris D’Elia.

In October 2020, Quigley appeared on “The Joe Rogan Experience” to discuss her experience with sexual assault. During the interview, Quigley stated that she had been “blackout drunk” at the time of the assault and that she did not remember many details of the incident. She also said that she had not reported the assault to the police because she was afraid of retaliation.

Rogan’s interview with Quigley was met with mixed reactions. Some people praised Quigley for her bravery in speaking out about her experience, while others criticized Rogan for not being more supportive of Quigley. Rogan has since apologized for his behavior during the interview and said that he is “still learning” about how to talk to victims of sexual assault.

The interview between Quigley and Rogan has sparked a broader conversation about the importance of believing victims of sexual assault and the need for more support for survivors. It has also highlighted the role that the media can play in shaping public opinion about sexual assault.