Cartoon Network's 'Clarence' Creator Exits After Assault Accusations

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Cartoon Network's "Clarence."

An artist who worked for the show had posted multiple notes on Twitter detailing allegations against creator Skyler Page.

The creator of Cartoon Network's Clarence, Skyler Page, has exited the network amid accusations on social media of assaulting an artist who worked on the show. 

"Skyler Page is no longer an employee at Cartoon Network Studios," a Cartoon Network rep confirmed in a Thursday statement. The network rep did not elaborate on the details of Page's exit. 

Emily Partridge, an artist who lists Cartoon Network as a client on her website, wrote multiple posts on Twitter detailing her claims.

She also wrote, on Wednesday evening, that human resources was handling the incident. 

The news was first reported by animation news site Cartoon Brew, which states that Partridge works as a storyboard artist on Clarence.

Partridge did not respond to a request for comment from THR

Page, who is credited as a writer and voice actor on Clarence, has previously worked on the series Adventure Time. 

The first season of Clarence premiered on Cartoon Network in February of this year.