More and more women have come forward accusing Bill Cosby, 78, of sexual assault. Joseph C. Phillips, 53, who played son-in-law Lt. Martin Kendall on The Cosby Show, has now become the first of Bill’s co-stars to speak out against the disgraced comedian, writing on his website Monday, July 13 about Bill’s “definite” guilt. Joseph talked extensively about the allegations against Bill in his essay, entitled “Of Course Bill Cosby is Guilty!” Tell us how you really feel, Joseph!
Bill Cosby was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2002, but due to the many rape claims against him, along with his admission that he had drugged women he wanted to get intimate with, many are calling for the honor to be revoked. Unfortunately, there’s not much President Barack Obama can do in this situation, even if he does agree.
Joel McHale, 43, knew he had to bring his comedy A-Game when he hosted the 2015 ESPY Awards. Oh, he certainly came prepared to go head-to-head with some of the biggest names in sports. The Community star kicked off the awards show and everybody was fair game: from jockey Victor Espinoza, 43, to the Manny Pacquiao, 36, and Floyd Mayweather, 38, fight. Joel even managed to diss non-sports celebs like Justin Bieber, 21, and Bill Cosby, 78!
In court docs that were released to the public on July 6, it has been revealed that Bill Cosby, 77, did indeed try to drug women so that they would get in bed with him, as many past sexual abuse victims have accused him of doing. The info was included in a newly-opened testament from Mr. Cosby, which was a response to a lawsuit from a Temple University employee — who he gave three and a half Benadryl pills in order to have sexual relations with. Yikes!
Amy Schumer, 33, doesn’t pull any punches and that’s why we love her. So when she took on Bill Cosby, we knew it would be outrageous — and controversial. In an Inside Amy Schumer skit that is as shocking as it is funny, Amy addressed Cosby’s multiple rape allegations by defending him in a spoof trial!
After setting off a firestorm with her support of her once-beloved TV husband, 77-year-old Bill Cosby, Phylicia Rashad, 66, is now stepping up to clarify what she meant in her explosive statements blasting her forer The Cosby Show co-star’s accusers. The actress says she was completely misquoted in the Jan. 6 report that ran her controversial statement.
It’s not entirely surprising that Phylicia Rashad, 66, is showing her support for her Cosby Show co-star of eight years, 77-year-old Bill Cosby. However, what she has to say about Bill’s alleged sexual assault victims is truly shocking.