No on expected to hear the name Bill Cosby so much on the season 14 premiere of The Celebrity Apprentice — but that’s exactly what happened. Keisha Knight Pulliam — who rose to fame as Rudy Huxtable on The Cosby Show — took on the role of project manager, but refused to reach out to her TV dad for money. Now, she’s defending Bill, in a brand new interview on the Today show. “That’s not the man I know,” she said.
Well, we’re speechless. This is definitely something you’re going to have to see to believe so click to watch this super off-color video of a cartoon Bill Cosby, 77, sneaking some very suspicious Jell-O into Taylor Swift‘s drink.
Another star has come forward claiming to be drugged by the once beloved, Bill Cosby, 77. In a new essay for Vanity Fair, supermodel, Beverly Johnson, 62, bravely revealed that she visited Bill in the mid 80s to run lines and that after he gave her a cappuccino, she immediately knew that she had, “been drugged—and drugged good.”
As each day goes by, more and more women continue to step forward, claiming they were sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby at some point in their lives. This time, a 55-year-old woman is suing the actor for sexually assaulting her at the Playboy mansion in 1974, according to a shocking new report. The woman, identified as Judy Huth, was just 15 years old at the time.
Chris Rock is the first to admit that it’s been “a weird year for comedy.” Between the deaths of comedy legends Joan Rivers and Robin Williams, and now with the rape allegations surrounding his idol Bill Cosby, Chris admits in an interview with New York Magazine on Dec. 1 that he feels like a big part of Bill has been lost too.
Bill Cosby, 77, has been hit with numerous claims from women who say the actor took advantage them over the course of his career. On the Nov. 22 episode of Saturday Night Live, “Weekend Update” co-host Michael Che decided to take a brutal aim at the actor. He roasted The Cosby Show star by telling him to “pull your damn pants up” and more!
Bill Cosby, 77, has been in the public eye for all the wrong reasons lately. Women continue to come forward claiming the actor raped them years ago, and his onscreen daughter Lisa Bonet, 47, may have something to say about it. A Nov. 21 tweet from an account claiming to be her tweeted about how “nothing stays in the dark” for good seems to be directed right at the comedian.