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Sammy Davis Jr.'s former lover claims Bill Cosby raped her in a hotel room {VIDEO} 7 Cosby accusers unite for first time on Dr. Phil {F}

Bill Cosby is under full-scale police investigation after series of women tell detectives they were abused by comedian - and some of the alleged attacks were INSIDE statute of limitations {F}

Bill Cosby
Katherine McKee

  • Katherine McKee, 65, has joined in on the chorus of allegations against America's former favorite TV dad
  • The actress turned casting agent says she was ambushed by Cosby in Detroit after he invited her to a party on a boat
  • McKee says Cosby forced himself on her but she'd never spoken out on it until now 
  • She says Cosby's wife Camille has had her 'head in the sand' during his years of misdeeds 

A former actress who once identified as Sammy Davis Jr.'s road wife has come forward to accuse Bill Cosby of raping her in a Michigan hotel room in the early 1970s.

Katherine McKee, now 65, alleged Monday that Cosby forced himself on her after inviting her to a party on a boat in Detroit.

Then a radiant young actress who'd appeared on Sanford and Son and even Cosby's own The Bill Cosby Show, McKee never publicly discussed the incident until now.

Bill Cosby
Katherine McKee

Another accuser: Katherine McKee (right) was a radiant young actress in the 1970s when she says she was raped in a Detroit hotel room by Bill Cosby

'It was a rape, but it seemed so strange to call it that. We think of rape as a stranger who attacks you in a parking lot,' McKee, now a casting agent, told the New York Daily News. 'I chalked it up to another powerful person in Hollywood who just felt he could take what he wanted from women.'

Now McKee has seen the accusations against Cosby dating back to the 1970s come flooding in. 'It flushed it out,' she said.

I chalked it up to another powerful person in Hollywood who just felt he could take what he wanted from women
Cosby accuser Katherine McKee 

The former Las Vegas showgirl was a party staple among Davis' Rat Pack and says the crooner was in an open marriage, with her as his 'road wife.'

While on the road herself sometime in the early 70s, McKee stuck around Detroit to visit family following a performance. Cosby, she told NYDN, happened to be in town at the time, too.

McKee says Cosby invited her to the party then asked her to meet him in his room with some ribs from a local barbecue joint.

'It was so fast and so shocking': Now 65 and working as a casting agent, McKee says Cosby asked her to bring ribs to his hotel room from a local barbecue joint. When she arrived she says he immediately pounced her on her

'It was so fast and so shocking': Now 65 and working as a casting agent, McKee says Cosby asked her to bring ribs to his hotel room from a local barbecue joint. When she arrived she says he immediately pounced her on her

She did as he asked and has regretted it since.

'I remember I walked in the door, and he had a robe and cap on. He took the ribs from my hands and just grabbed me,' said recalls. 'It was so fast and so shocking and so unbelievable.'

McKee says the rest of the night Cosby was 'rude and cold' to her for the rest of the night. She never told her famous lover what happened.

'I didn't want to put that in Sammy's head,' McKee said.

But Davis has been dead over twenty years and 77-year-old Cosby's reputation as the 1980s and 90s most trusted TV dad totally besmirched by some twenty women's sexual assault accusations.

Now McKee says Cosby should sit for a lie detector test after the comedian's almost blanket denial of wrongdoing in any of the alleged incidents.

Cosby has been under siege amid allegations that he drugged women and sexually assaulted them, dating back to the 1970s. He has never been criminally charged in connection with the accusations, and his lawyer has denied many of them. Cosby settled a lawsuit in 2005 with a Pennsylvania woman who said he drugged and fondled her. 

However, another woman with claims against Cosby says hers do fall within the statute of limitations.

Chloe Goins, 24, claims Cosby spiked her drink with a sedative before luring her into a room and launching an attack on her in 2008.

As the scandal smears the comic legend's onetime image as America's loveable dad, his mastery of the pregnant pause for laughs is now being played as a defense. 

McKee was a budding actress at the time she says the attack occurred
Cosby pictured with wife Camille in 1966

At the time of the alleged attack, McKee (in a 1971 movie poster at right) was a budding actress. 'I chalked it up to another powerful person in Hollywood who just felt he could take what he wanted from women,' she said. At right, Cosby is pictured with wife Camille in 1966

Cosby has had little to say publicly about the scandal, though he did address his silence last month before his stand-up concert tour began to crumble, with at least 10 shows in as many states canceled or indefinitely postponed. 

'I know people are tired of me not saying anything, but a guy doesn't have to answer to innuendos,' he told Florida Today newspaper.

Attorney Martin Singer has done most of the talking, dismissing allegations as 'fantastical,' 'unsubstantiated' and 'uncorroborated.'

Singer has attacked the one lawsuit alleging sex abuse, saying the woman who claimed Cosby drugged and molested her at the Playboy mansion in 1974 when she was 15 had tried to extort $250,000 from the star. Singer tried to undermine her assertion that she only recently discovered the trauma by saying she tried to peddle her story to a tabloid 10 years ago.

Blanket denial: Cosby has denied wrong doing in all the 20-some alleged incidents of assault save for a 2005 Pennsylvania lawsuit he settled with Temple University employee Andrea Constand, who claimed Cosby drugged and raped. Camille Cosby (left) has also come out in defense of her husband

Blanket denial: Cosby has denied wrong doing in all the 20-some alleged incidents of assault save for a 2005 Pennsylvania lawsuit he settled with Temple University employee Andrea Constand, who claimed Cosby drugged and raped. Camille Cosby (left) has also come out in defense of her husband

'HEAD IN THE SAND'? CAMILLE COSBY'S STATEMENT ON ALLEGATIONS AGAINST HER HUSBAND

The newest Bill Cosby accuser told the New York Daily News that the comedian's wife of over 50 years 'not a stupid woman. She has her head buried in the sand.'

McKee appears to mean Mrs. Cosby has chosen to ignore her longtime spouse's alleged misdeeds.

Last week, Camille broke her silence to contend the opposite. She wrote in a statement: 

I met my husband, Bill Cosby, in 1963, and we were married in 1964. The man I met, and fell in love with, and whom I continue to love, is the man you all knew through his work. He is a kind man, a generous man, a funny man, and a wonderful husband, father and friend. He is the man you thought you knew.

A different man has been portrayed in the media over the last two months. It is the portrait of a man I do not know. It is also a portrait painted by individuals and organizations whom many in the media have given a pass. There appears to be no vetting of my husband's accusers before stories are published or aired. An accusation is published, and immediately goes viral.

We all followed the story of the article in the "Rolling Stone" concerning allegations of rape at the University of Virginia. The story was heart-breaking, but ultimately appears to be proved to be untrue. Many in the media were quick to link that story to stories about my husband - until that story unwound.

None of us will ever want to be in the position of attacking a victim. But the question should be asked - who is the victim?

Prosecutors in Los Angeles on Tuesday declined to press charges in that case because the statute of limitations had expired.

The age of the accusations is probably Cosby's best legal defense at this point, sparing him exposure to criminal charges, said attorney Mark Geragos, who has defended Chris Brown and Winona Ryder.

Similarly, Geragos thinks a judge will throw out a defamation suit brought by a woman who said Cosby effectively called her a liar in 2005 when he said her allegations of being drugged and fondled were false and that he didn't know her.

The job of Cosby's lawyer is to prevent a repeat of that scenario by keeping him out of the limelight so he doesn't breathe new life into old accusations, Geragos said. It's somewhat akin to a lawyer not having their client testify, which can expose them to battering cross examination.

'What you have is this inherent tension of dealing with his legacy versus his realistic jeopardy,' Geragos said. 'The reason you don't have him respond is you don't want to reinvigorate some legal action.'

Continued accusations: Cosby has now been accused by over 25 women of attacking him. One also alleged that he also attacked 12 Playboy Bunnies who have not come forward in public

Continued accusations: Cosby has now been accused by over 25 women of attacking him. One also alleged that he also attacked 12 Playboy Bunnies who have not come forward in public

That may be at odds with what a crisis counselor would suggest.

Often, they want a client to be as open as possible, apologize for any wrongdoing and promise not to do it again, said Daniel Keeney, of DPK Public Relations in Dallas.

Even if Cosby's innocent, he could still be accused of libel depending what he says, Volokh said. And an apology could be seen as an admission that could revive an old case.

'It's a difficult zone to navigate,' Volokh said. 'Do I leave my reputation tarnished or do I say something that might even tarnish my reputation further?'

If he continues to 'hunker in the bunker,' he could be criticized for hiding but he may ultimately weather the tempest, Keeney said. Eventually, some other scandal will come along and bump him out of the headlines.

What Cosby and his handlers have to determine is the end game. Does Cosby want to return to the stage, revive the TV show that was in the works and salvage his legacy?

At 77, Cosby may not have the two to three years it could take for a comeback, Keeney said.

'There's not a lot of landing strip,' he said. 'The other alternative is to call it a career and put up the going out of business sign.'

Seven Cosby accusers unite for first time on Dr. Phil stage
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WOMEN WHO SAY THEY WERE ATTACKED BY BILL COSBY 

Andrea Constand - A Temple University employee, she claimed in 2006 that Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her in his Philadelphia-area mansion two years earlier. Cosby eventually settled this suit out of court as the prosecution said they had 13 Jane Does who would testify Cosby had done the same to them.

Barbara Bowman - Bowman told MailOnline that Cosby raped and drugged her in 1985 when she was a 17-year-old aspiring actress. Bowman was one of Constand's 13 Jane Does.

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25th Accuser: Chloe Goins Claims Bill Cosby Drugged Her, Then Masturbated While Sucking Her Toes In 2008 At The Playboy Mansion. Crime Within Statute Of Limitations (Video)

Speaking out: Chloe Goins is the latest woman to speak of being drugged and attacked by Cosby. However her case is so recent that it is not covered by any statutes of limitation, which affects other allegations

  • Lawyer for one victim has disclosed to Daily Mail Online that there is a 'definitive open investigation' into Cosby by the Los Angeles PD
  • Several women have come forward to detectives and accused him of drugging and attacking them
  • New victims are not among those who have already gone public and are retaining their right to anonymity 
  • First victim to allege attack inside statute of limitations was Chloe Goins, 24, who told MailOnline she was assaulted at the Playboy Mansion six years ago
  • The Las Vegas lap dancer says Cosby gave her and her friend drinks and she soon felt dizzy 
  • Cosby offered to help her but the next thing she remembers is waking up naked to find him licking her toes and pleasuring himself
  • She said 'hey, what's going on?' and he left the room, allowing her to dress and leave the Playboy Mansion quickly with her friend 

Several more women who claim to have been sexually assaulted by comedy legend Bill Cosby have come forward sparking a ‘definitive open investigation’ by Los Angeles Police Department, a lawyer for one of the victims has told Daily Mail online.

The new victims claim to have been subjected to sex attacks by Cosby but have asked to remain anonymous.

Significantly, in another blow for the star, it is believed a number of the latest raft of allegations fall within the statute of limitations meaning he can be prosecuted if enough evidence is found.

This comes as a model who accused Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting her at the Playboy mansion six years ago tells Daily Mail Online that she is scheduled to meet with LAPD detectives to give a formal statement against the comedian. 

Ordeal: Chloe Goins has waived her right to anonymity to speak publicly and describe being drugged at a Playboy mansion party. She woke up naked being touched by Bill Cosby, she told Daily Mail Online

Ordeal: Chloe Goins has waived her right to anonymity to speak publicly and describe being drugged at a Playboy mansion party. She woke up naked being touched by Bill Cosby, she told Daily Mail Online

Speaking out: Chloe Goins is the latest woman to speak of being drugged and attacked by Cosby. However her case is so recent that it is not covered by any statutes of limitation, which affects other allegations

Venue: Cosby has long been a regular at the Playboy Mansion in Beverley Hills, where Hugh Hefner, his longtime friend, has been holding parties since the 1960s

Venue: Cosby has long been a regular at the Playboy Mansion in Beverley Hills, where Hugh Hefner, his longtime friend, has been holding parties since the 1960s

Chloe Goins, 24, claims Cosby, 77, spiked her drink with a sedative before luring her into a room and launching a sordid attack on her in 2008.

Goins' case is being handled by experienced attorney Spencer Kuvin - we can reveal - the man who represented four victims of notorious billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

The complaint will be a huge blow to Cosby – who already faces more than 25 historic accusations of sexual assault and rape – as Goins is the first accuser to go public whose allegations are not covered by the statute of limitations.

But news that several other victims may also fall in to this same category will further rock Cosby and his legal team.

Florida attorney Mr Kuvin told MailOnline: ‘I have sat down with my client and have a full understanding of the issues involved and what has occurred.

‘I have had lengthy communications with the Los Angeles Police Department and there is now a definitive open investigation which is ongoing for, it’s my understanding, not only with Chloe’s case but other unnamed victims who have yet to be revealed publicly.

‘The police will be doing additional investigative work which will include things like issuing search warrants.

‘They want to get all their information first before sitting down and having an interview with Chloe about her incident. This is scheduled to happen early in the new year.

Friends: Hefner and Cosby have been close since the 1960s but last weekend the Playboy creator issued a statement distancing himself from the comedian, saying of the allegations:  'The mere thought is saddening.'

Friends: Hefner and Cosby have been close since the 1960s but last weekend the Playboy creator issued a statement distancing himself from the comedian, saying of the allegations:  'The mere thought is saddening.'

‘Chloe is willing to speak with the police as soon as possible, she is fully cooperating with them and she wants to tell her story to the authorities so that he is held accountable for what he’s done.

‘She fully understands her role in this, in that until now, she is the only victim who has been able to come forward who can likely prosecute him both criminal and civil.’

This comes after it emerged earlier in December that the LAPD plans to search Hugh Hefner's famous Playboy mansion as part of their investigation.

Police are hoping Hugh Hefner, long a dear friend of the embattled 77-year-old comic, and his people will be of some help as they seek to gather evidence in several cases which are linked to the Playboy mansion.

Last week prosecutors in LA decided not to charge Cosby over a similar sexual assault complaint made against him by Judy Huth - as that alleged offence took place too long ago.

Police: Chloe Goins is to make a statement to detectives after her lawyer made contact with the Los Angeles Police Department. She said she feels all the woman affected by Cosby deserve 'justice' 

Police: Chloe Goins is to make a statement to detectives after her lawyer made contact with the Los Angeles Police Department. She said she feels all the woman affected by Cosby deserve 'justice' 

Under pressure: Cosby has now been accused by 25 women of attacking him. One also alleged that he also attacked 12 Playboy Bunnies who have not come forward in public

Under pressure: Cosby has now been accused by 25 women of attacking him. One also alleged that he also attacked 12 Playboy Bunnies who have not come forward in public

Cosby recently refused to comment on sex assault allegations

The stand-up comic – known as America’s favorite TV dad after his long stint in sitcom The Cosby Show – was investigated by police after accuser Huth claimed she was drugged and raped at the Playboy mansion in 1974, aged just 15.

The LAPD opened an inquiry into Huth’s allegations but prosecutors announced that they would not be prosecuting him as the alleged attack took place over 30 years ago, and the statute of limitations had passed.

However Goins, who last week told MailOnline how she woke up naked in a drug haze as Cosby licked her toes, was allegedly attacked in 2008 - meaning Cosby could face a criminal prosecution.

If convicted, Cosby could face up to 48 months jail as well as a possible $10,000 fine.

Mr Kuvin said his client is determined to seek justice despite being ‘very afraid of a powerful, influential man who clearly took advantage of her in a situation’.

He said Goins, a lap dancer and model who lives in Las Vegas, only garnered the courage to come forward after seeing Cosby’s other accusers come forward.

Kuvin said: 'Only now when she saw others speaking out does she feel comfortable speaking out.

'The one thing that I thought was very important is that Chloe was very adamant that she come out now because she could possibly be the one that is within the statute of limitations to be a able to bring a criminal action against Bill Cosby, so she felt a duty to come forward.

'Seeing these many other, much older, women with events that happened many, many years ago, she felt a duty to come forward and possibly - and hopefully - bring this man to justice where others cannot.

'She wants to see justice served and unfortunately all these other woman are unable to do that.

'These events happened when she was 18 and she's now only 24, so hopefully she will be able to bring him to justice when no one else could.'

Goins says she felt compelled to come forward after reading the accounts of other women who claim Cosby drugged and assaulted them in the media.

In an emotional interview with MailOnline, she told how their stories had brought back chilling memories of the night she was allegedly assaulted at one of Hugh Hefner’s infamous summer parties.

Goins, originally from San Diego, and a girlfriend, were introduced to Hefner and Cosby shortly after arriving at the party and the then-70-year-old comedian began lavishing the blonde with attention.

He then went to get her an alcoholic drink, but soon after drinking it, Goins started to feel ‘foggy’ and ‘sick’ and Cosby offered to show her to a bedroom where she could rest. 

Bill Cosby accusers detail their allegations of sexual assault
Attack: The Playboy Mansion is where Chloe Goins alleges she was molested in a bedroom by Cosby. She says she was first handed a drugged drink at a party by the comedian, who she thought was a kindly older man

Attack: The Playboy Mansion is where Chloe Goins alleges she was molested in a bedroom by Cosby. She says she was first handed a drugged drink at a party by the comedian, who she thought was a kindly older man

Long association: Hefner and Cosby together.  However the Playboy creator has distanced himself from his friend

Long association: Hefner and Cosby together.  However the Playboy creator has distanced himself from his friend

The next thing the model remembers is waking up completely undressed while a half-naked Cosby licked her toes and masturbated.

Goins said she is sure Cosby had been licking her breasts and groping her body as well.

She said: 'I remember waking up and feeling moist all over, like he had been licking all over me.

'He wasn't on my breasts when I woke, but I could feel, you know, the saliva on them and that he'd been licking on me.

'I felt embarrassed, it was a gross, icky feeling, I felt very violated and humiliated.

'I was scared, I was just 18 and he was an old man, I was not very sexually experienced and I didn't really know what had happened, it was violating.'

Cosby quickly jumped up when she woke, pulled his pants up and left without saying anything, Goins claims.

She didn’t report it at the time as she was scared of getting into trouble or ruining her modeling career.

 I remember waking up and feeling moist all over, like he had been licking all over me.'He wasn't on my breasts when I woke, but I could feel, you know, the saliva on them and that he'd been licking on me.'I felt embarrassed, it was a gross, icky feeling, I felt very violated and humiliated.
Chloe Goins 

Experienced attorney Kuvin, who represented four victims of billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, described the two cases as similar.

Epstein, a friend of UK royal Prince Andrew, was arrested for soliciting underage prostitutes and jailed for 18 months in 2008.

Although he only pleaded guilty to a single charge of soliciting an underage girl, the financier also made 17 out-of court settlements to other victims who brought civil suits against him, while more are ongoing.

Speaking about the Cosby case, Kuvin said: ‘Through the representation in the past of the victims of sexual abuse by powerful people, this is a typical kind of case.

'In the past I have represented victims of Jeffrey Epstein who is a multi-billionaire.

‘And the girls that are subjected to rich, powerful men like this seem to fall within the same class of victim, they become very frightened and afraid of rich and powerful men and as a result they are fearful of speaking out because they don't know what the consequences will be if they say anything.

'So as a result you find victims who really don't feel comfortable until they see others speak out as eel and there is power in numbers.’

Goins and Huth are among dozens of women who claim Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted them, with some allegations dating back 40 years.

Former Playboy bunny P.J. Masten, who claims she was raped by Cosby at the Playboy Club in Chicago in 1979, believes there are 12 other former Bunnies who are too ashamed to come forward with their own stories.

Other accusers include supermodel Janice Dickinson, who told in an interview how Cosby invited her to Lake Tahoe to talk about a television role in 1982, but ended up drugging and raping her.

Cosby has not yet commented on the accusations but did break his silence at the weekend to praise his wife for her ‘love and strength’.

The comic also told Page Six, 'Let me say this. I only expect the black media to uphold the standards of excellence in journalism and when you do that you have to go in with a neutral mind.’

Los Angeles police declined to comment. 

THE WOMEN WHO SAY THEY WERE ATTACKED BY BILL COSBY 

Andrea Constand - A Temple University employee, she claimed in 2006 that Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her in his Philadelphia-area mansion two years earlier. Cosby eventually settled this suit out of court as the prosecution said they had 13 Jane Does who would testify Cosby had done the same to them.

Barbara Bowman - Bowman told MailOnline that Cosby raped and drugged her in 1985 when she was a 17-year-old aspiring actress. Bowman was one of Constand's 13 Jane Does.

Joan Tarshis - Tarshis claimed that she was just 19-years-old when Cosby drugged and raped her twice in Hollywood back in 1969 while she was working as a writer for him. 

 Janice Dickinson - The supermodel said in an interview that Cosby invited her to Lake Tahoe to talk about a television role in 1982, but ended up drugging and raping her.

Tamara Green - Green, who first came forward in 2005 told MailOnline that she was an aspiring actress in the 1970s when Cosby gave her pills and pretended to care for her while she had the flu, but instead sexually assaulted her.

Therese Serignese - Another of the 13 Jane Does, she says she was 19 when Cosby drugged and raped her in Las Vegas after one of his shows.

Louisa Moritz - She accused Cosby of sexual assault, saying he forced her into oral sex backstage at The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson in 1971, and implied he would further her career if she complied.

Linda Joy Traitz - She said she was just 19 when Cosby drove her out to a beach and tried to get her to take pills to relax, before becoming 'sexually aggressive'. Traitz has been charged in the past with trafficking pills. Cosby's attorney, Marty Singer, is trying to use Traitz's past to discredit her claims.

Beth Ferrier - Ferrier claims she had a relationship with Cosby in the mid-1980s. She claims that she awoke in her car with her clothes in disarray and not remembering what had happened. Ferrier has claimed that he drugged her coffee.

Carla Ferrigno - The wife of Incredible Hulk star Lou Ferrigno, claims Cosby tried to sexually assault her during a gathering at his house in 1967. What's more, Cosby allegedly tried to use a friend to help court Ferrigno, and allegedly made his move on the former Playboy Bunny just moments after his own wife, Camille, left the room.

Angela Leslie - The former model-actress claims that Cosby forced her to masturbate him in his Vegas hotel suite after giving her a strong drink in 1992.

Renita Chainey Hill - The 47-year-old mother-of-three who met Cosby when she was offered a role on Picture Pages in Pittsburgh claimed he would fly her to cities around the United States and drug her during a four-year relationship.

Kristina Ruehli - A New Hampshire grandmother-of-eight, now 71, claims Cosby invited her back to his house for a 'party'. She arrived and no one was there. Ruehli alleges that he drugged two bourbons he poured her and she came to when he was on top of her, shirtless.

Victoria Valentino - The former Playboy playmate claims Cosby drugged her and a friend, tried to rape her friend then violated her instead in a Hollywood apartment after dinner.

Jewel Allison - The former model accused Cosby of drugging her wine and making her feel his genitals before kissing her during a dinner at his home in the late Eighties.

Michelle Hurd: The 47-year-old actress, known for her roles on Law & Order: SVU and Gossip Girl, revealed she was a stand-in on the set of The Cosby Show when Cosby started acting inappropriately around her. She says he asked her to go to his house to take a shower so he could blow dry her hair straight, but she decided not to go.

Victim: First black supermodel Beverley Johnson

Victim: First black supermodel Beverley Johnson

P.J. Masten - The former Playboy bunny claims Cosby invited her out to dinner in Chicago. Before they left he gave her a drink and the next thing she remembers is waking up naked and bruised in his bed. Masten claims she knows of 12 other former bunnies who were attacked by Cosby but have not yet come forward. 

Joyce Emmons -The former comedy club manager claims she woke up naked next to a friend of Bill Cosby after the comedian gave her a sedative when she complained of a migraine. Emmons told TMZ that the comedian slipped her a Quaalude when she was in his Las Vegas hotel suite in the 1970s. She claims Cosby drugged her but has not accused him of sexual assault.

Lachele Covington - The 20-year-old actress, who'd been an extra on the TV show Cosby, filed a police report in March 2000 against the star, accusing him of making an unwelcome sexual advance. According to The New York Post, after dinner and drinks at his home, he massaged her then 'guided her hand towards his sweatpants'. Cosby denied the claim and no charges were filed.

Shawn Brown - The only woman that Cosby admits cheating with claims that after a two-month relationship, Cosby drugged a drink and urged her to down it. He then raped her while she was unconscious and got her pregnant, she says.

Paige Young - Young shot herself dead in 1974 aged 30. She had had an affair with Cosby shortly before her death. In a suicide note she said that many Hollywood stars had used her and spat her out.

Judy Huth - Huth claims Cosby raped her at the Playboy Mansion in 1974 when she was just 15. Cosby has sued her, but Huth's is the only case that is being actively investigated by police.

Chelan Lasha - Lasha was an aspiring model in 1986 when she says Cosby gave her two shots of Amaretto and a pill and then attacked her as she lay on his bed in the Elvis Presley suite at the Hilton Las Vegas.

Beverley Johnson -  The first black woman to be on the cover of American Vogue said Cosby made a drugged cappuccino for her when she visited his New York brownstone to read through lines for a small part in the Cosby Show. As she felt her body go limp she shouted at Cosby: 'You are a motherf***** aren't you?' Angry, Cosby dragged her downstairs and dumped her in a taxi.

 

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Camille Cosby breaks her silence on husband’s rape allegations

Chloe Goins is not the 25th woman who alleges she was sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby. Chloe says the incident happened in 2008 at the Playboy Mansion when she was 18.

Cosby reportedly gave Goins a glass of vodka which she drank. Afterwards she began to feel dizzy and unsteady on her feet. Cosby took her to a room and the next thing she remembers is waking up naked with the comedian licking her toes while masturbating.

"I was butt naked lying on my back on a bed and didn't have any idea where I was," she said. "I was in a bedroom and presumed it was in the mansion because I could hear music, I don't think it was Hef's room, it was just a nice room. I came to and remember seeing this big man crouched over me. It was Bill Cosby and he was at my feet, kind of licking and kissing them and I think he bit my toe as that's what woke me up. I kind of thank God for that because that's what woke me up and I came to. I was shocked, I said, 'hey, what's going on', he didn't really say anything, didn't explain anything or give a reason. He jumped up, pulled his pants back up quickly and left. He had seen that I was alert and bolted out of there, I was left in the room by myself."

Goins says she found her dress, but her panties were missing. She grabbed the friend she came to the party with and left. She told her friend about the incident, but didn't go to the police.

Unlike all of the prior accusations that can't be prosecuted because the statute of limitations have passed, Cosby could face criminal charges for Goins alleged 2008 assault if she chooses to press charges. She has not done so as of yet.

Cosby's wife Camille and his daughter Evin are speaking out in his support. Camille released a statement on Monday, December 15.

Evin lashed out at the accusers via her Facebook page.

"Rape is a serious allegation and it is suppose to be taken VERY seriously but so is Falsely accusing someone," Evin wrote. "When someone rapes a person they go to prison," she wrote Monday. "THAT should also happen to the person that has wrongfully accused an innocent victim. They are not ONLY destroying innocent people's life they are ALSO making it hard for the MEN and Women to find justice when they have been raped."

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Bill Cosby has FINALLY spoken: Praises wife's 'love and strength' as she sticks with him despite dozens of women accusing him of raping them Camille Cosby Statement

Comedian Bill Cosby and wife Camille O. Cosby walk backstage during the 38th annual NAACP Image Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium on March 2, 2007 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images for NAACP)

Camille Cosby has finally broken her silence on her husband Bill’s rape allegations.

In a statement released to CBS Evening News and other news outlets, Camille compares the coverage of her husband’s allegations to the recent Rolling Stone story of an alleged campus gang rape.

Camille says a “different man” has been portrayed in the media the last two months and it is a “portrait of a man” she “does not know.”

She continues:

There appears to be no vetting of my husband’s accusers before stories are published or aired. An accusation is published, and immediately goes viral.

Camille met Cosby in 1963 and the two were married a year later. Her full statement is below:

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'I knew I had been drugged and drugged really good': Supermodel Beverly Johnson takes to TV and reveals why she waited 30 years to accuse Cosby of drugging her {VIDEO}

Stalwart: Camille Cosby, who married the entertainer 50 years ago, has made no sign of wavering despite the chorus of accusation

  • Embattled entertainer, 77, praised Camille Cosby, his wife of 50 years
  • Spoke of her 'love and strength of womanhood' in face of rape accusations
  • More than two dozen women have come forward to accuse Cosby
  • However, Cosby still refused to address the accusations directly 

Bill Cosby has praised his wife's 'love and strength' amid mounting accusation that he is a serial rapist.

Dozens of women have come forward to claim that 77-year-old entertainer drugged and raped them - none of whom have dampened the 'strength of womanhood' in Camille Cosby, her husband said.

Cosby refused to address the allegations in a phone conversation Friday, but did imply his relationship with Camille, who married him fifty years ago, remains intact.

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'Love and strength': Cosby praised his wife amid the mounting rape accusations
Stalwart: Camille Cosby, who married the entertainer 50 years ago, has made no sign of wavering despite the chorus of accusation

'Love and strength': Bill Cosby, left, has praised his wife of fifty years, Camille, right, for the 'love and strength' she has displayed

When asked by a reporter from the New York Post's Page Six how she was coping he said: 'Love and the strength of womanhood.' He then repeated the phrase twice more.

He also told the reporter to keep a 'neutral mind' when reporting the rape claims, claiming to do anything else would be bad journalism.

Cosby, who previously tried to suppress material dealing with the allegations, said: 'Let me say this. I only expect the black media to uphold the standards of excellence in journalism and when you do that you have to go in with a neutral mind.'

He has previously said he 'doesn't have to answer to' the rape accusations, which he characterized as 'innuendo'.

He then finished the conversation by saying he had been told not to talk to the media.

Cosby has been under fire from an ever-expanding list of accusers, many of whom have a similar story of being slipped a pill before the comedian, best know for playing Cliff Huxtable on the Cosby Show, assaulted them.

While he has never explicitly denied any accusation, his legal team have hit out against some of his accusers, particularly former supermodel Janice Dickinson, who repeatedly called him a rapist in a televised interview with CNN.

Defiant: The above was Janice Dickinson's reaction when asked what she would like to say to Cosby's legal team, who have refuted her allegations

Defiant: The above was Janice Dickinson's reaction when asked what she would like to say to Cosby's legal team, who have refuted her allegations

Dickinson also used the appearance to address Cosby's wife - whom she said she pitied for having a rapist husband.

She said: 'I feel bad for her. She knew that he was promiscuous. She stayed married to him. This is her choice, I can't speak for her.

'I can only say to Mrs Cosby that I am sorry I had sex with your husband and he had raped me. I'm sorry that he raped me.

'I'm sorry for you that your husband gave me wine and pills - with the sole intent of having sex with me and raping me.

'I'm sorry for her husband was a philanderer and is rapist, I really mean that, and for his children.' 

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First African American Supermodel, Beverly Johnson Claims Bill Cosby Drugged Her At His NY Home

  • The 62-year-old on Friday recounted the terrifying moment that she claims Cosby had 'drugged her really good'
  • Johnson claimed Cosby gave her a spiked cappuccino at his New York brownstone in 1986 where she was visiting to read lines for a TV part 
  • The model described how she went into 'survival mode' and began repeatedly calling Cosby a 'motherf*****'
  • She then claimed that Cosby dragged her downstairs, out the front door and flung her into a cab 
  • Johnson didn't reveal her story until now because she was afraid for her career and had gone through a bitter custody battle for her daughter
  • She also said that she didn't want to be vilified for speaking out against a 'revered African-American man'  

Supermodel Beverly Johnson said that she has finally spoken out about her alleged drugging by Bill Cosby because he 'had taken her power and she was taking it back'.

Johnson, 62, who made history as the first black woman to appear on the cover of American Vogue in 1974, on Thursday joined the ranks of two dozen women to accuse the comedian of attacking them, with some claiming to have been raped and sexually assaulted by the star.

The former model and businesswoman recounted the terrifying moment that she realized she had been drugged in interviews, aired on Friday.

In 1986, Johnson had visited Cosby's New York brownstone to read through lines for a small part on The Cosby Show.

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Former supermodel Beverly Johnson (pictured on air on Friday) has joined the ranks of women who have accused Bill Cosby of attacking them 

Former supermodel Beverly Johnson (pictured on air on Friday) has joined the ranks of women who have accused Bill Cosby of attacking them 

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Following a light dinner, Johnson said that Cosby insisted she try a cappuccino from his expensive espresso-maker, adding  'it would be the best cup of coffee she would ever have'.  

Johnson told Today: 'I felt something from the first sip and it was like I didn't believe it, so I took another sip and I felt the effects of being drugged. The room began to spin and I got woozy, I was on the verge of passing out.' 

She described the effects of the drug 'like a train coming on', to CBS

In a separate interview she told GMA: 'I knew I had been drugged and drugged really good...I knew I was in danger.'

The 62-year-old recalled how she went into 'survival mode' and began to swear and curse at Cosby 'because I wanted him to know that I knew he had drugged me'. 

Johnson claimed that she began to verbally abuse the star as he came towards her and placed his hands on her waist. 

She told him: 'You are a motherf***** aren’t you?', according to the detailed Vanity Fair account, published on Thursday.

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Johnson does not think that Cosby sexually assaulted her.  

She said cursing at Cosby appeared to make him angry. She claimed he then grabbed her by the arm and dragged her down stairs with force, pulling her out into the street and dumping her in a taxi.

Initially, Johnson said, she was worried about calling Bill Cosby a 'motherf*****'.

She told People: 'I didn't know that he was raping women. That came out years after, and … it became more ugly and more sinister and more violent and dangerous. But at that point, I was an aspiring actress and I was scared.'

'I woke up the next day, totally disoriented,' she said. 'I remembered what had happened and I was devastated and disappointed.'

Ms Johnson said that it took several days for the effects of the drug to wear off and that when they did, she called Cosby to confront him.

Instead of the comedian, his wife Camille answered the phone and told her that it was too late for her husband to take the call and she should call back.

She never did.  

'At a certain moment it became clear that I would be fighting a losing battle with a powerful man so callous he not only drugged me, but he also gave me the number to the bedroom he shared with his wife,' Ms Johnson wrote in the magazine.

'In the end, just like the other women, I had too much to lose to go after Bill Cosby.' 

In interviews on Friday, the former model also addressed why she waited 30 years to reveal her story. 

She said at the time of the alleged drugging, she had just gone through an 'ugly divorce' with an ensuing bitter custody battle for her daughter. 

The model said that she felt she was risking her career to make the accusations public against such a revered entertainer. 

She said: 'At the time, I felt it would hurt my career. He was a very powerful, formidable man.'

But now, Johnson said that having watched other women come forward, including her friend of 30 years and fellow model Janice Dickinson, gave her the courage to speak out. 

Johnson told People: 'I thought I'm the lucky one, because I didn't get raped.' 

'I want to stand with these women who have come out,' she said on Friday. 'I want to have a platform for one out of every six women who are sexually assaulted during their lives.'

Johnson referred specifically to Dickinson - whose story was called 'a fabricated lie' by Cosby's attorney. She said that Dickinson was 'unfiltered' and that 'you only get the truth from Janice'.

The former model said that she does not plan to take legal action against Bill Cosby.

She added: 'This is bigger than Bill Cosby, this is about women and violence on women.

'I feel Bill Cosby took my power and that I took my power back.' 

The supermodel's allegations bring the total number of women who have come forward to accuse Cosby to 24. 

Ms Johnson wrote in Vanity Fair that another part of her reason for staying silent on Cosby was that she didn't want to be an 'angry black woman' going after highly-regarded man in the African-American community.

The businesswoman said that the current racial climate in the U.S. and the cases of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown and Eric Garner remained in her mind, even as she saw others come forward to claim that they had been attacked by Bill Cosby.

Something clicked. 'I couldn’t sit back and watch the other women be vilified and shamed for something I knew was true,' Ms Johnson told Vanity Fair. 

In the article, she also addressed why she had not included the Cosby allegations in her memoir published last year. 

Ms Johnson said she feared a 'he-said/she-said' scenario but now felt the time was right to come forward. 

She also said that she no longer feared damaging the African-American community by making her allegations against Cosby. 

She added: 'He brought this on himself when he decided he had the right to have his way with who knows how many women over the last four decades.'

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Attorney Gloria Allred Challenges Bill Cosby To Put Up 100Million To Pay 3 New Accusers If Found Guilty At Informal Hearing (Video)

Supermodel Beverly Johnson, the first black model to appear on American Vogue, has claimed that Bill Cosby drugged her in the 1980s at his New York home

Supermodel Beverly Johnson, the first black model to appear on American Vogue, has claimed that Bill Cosby

drugged her in the 1980s at his New York home

Like most Americans, I spent the 60s, 70s, and part of the 80s in awe of Bill Cosby and his total domination of popular culture. He was the first African American to star in a dramatic television series, I Spy, a show my family in Buffalo, New York, always watched. Cosby cut a striking figure on-screen then. He was funny, smart, and even elegant—all those wonderful things many white Americans didn’t associate with people of color. In fact, as I thought of going public with what follows, a voice in my head kept whispering, “Black men have enough enemies out there already, they certainly don’t need someone like you, an African American with a familiar face and a famous name, fanning the flames.”

Imagine my joy in the mid-80s when an agent called to say Bill Cosby wanted me to audition for a role on the The Cosby Show. Cosby played an obstetrician, and he sometimes used models to portray pregnant women sitting in his office waiting room. It was a small part with one or two speaking lines at most, but I wanted in.

I was in the midst of an ugly custody battle for my only child. I needed a big break badly and appearing on The Cosby Show seemed like an excellent way of getting Hollywood’s attention. I’d appeared in one or two movies already, but my phone wasn’t exactly ringing off the hook with acting jobs.

Cosby’s handlers invited me to a taping of the show so I could get the lay of the land and an idea of what my role required. After the taping I met all the cast and then met with Cosby in his office to talk a bit about the hell I’d been through in my marriage. He appeared concerned and then asked what I wanted from my career going forward. He seemed genuinely interested in guiding me to the next level. I was on cloud nine.

BY VICTORIA WILL/AP PHOTO -- Beverly Johnson in 2012.


I brought my daughter to the next taping I attended. Afterward, Cosby asked if I could meet him at his home that weekend to read for the part. My ex-husband had primary custody of my daughter at the time, and I usually spent my weekends with her. Cosby suggested I bring her along, which really reeled me in. He was the Jell-O Pudding man; like most kids, my daughter loved him. When my daughter and I visited Cosby’s New York brownstone, his staff served us a delicious brunch. Then he gave us a tour of the exceptional multi-level home.

Looking back, that first invite from Cosby to his home seems like part of a perfectly laid out plan, a way to make me feel secure with him at all times. It worked like a charm. Cosby suggested I come back to his house a few days later to read for the part. I agreed, and one late afternoon the following week I returned. His staff served a light dinner and Bill and I talked more about my plans for the future.

After the meal, we walked upstairs to a huge living area of his home that featured a massive bar. A huge brass espresso contraption took up half the counter. At the time, it seemed rare for someone to have such a machine in his home for personal use.

Cosby said he wanted to see how I handled various scenes, so he suggested that I pretend to be drunk. (When did a pregnant woman ever appear drunk on The Cosby Show? Probably never, but I went with it.)

As I readied myself to be the best drunk I could be, he offered me a cappuccino from the espresso machine. I told him I didn’t drink coffee that late in the afternoon because it made getting to sleep at night more difficult. He wouldn’t let it go. He insisted that his espresso machine was the best model on the market and promised I’d never tasted a cappuccino quite like this one.

It’s nuts, I know, but it felt oddly inappropriate arguing with Bill Cosby so I took a few sips of the coffee just to appease him.

Now let me explain this: I was a top model during the 70s, a period when drugs flowed at parties and photo shoots like bottled water at a health spa. I’d had my fun and experimented with my fair share of mood enhancers. I knew by the second sip of the drink Cosby had given me that I’d been drugged—and drugged good.


BY KAL YEE

Still I struggled with how to reveal my big secret, and more importantly, what would people think when and if I did? Would they dismiss me as an angry black woman intent on ruining the image of one of the most revered men in the African American community over the last 40 years? Or would they see my open and honest account of being betrayed by one of the country’s most powerful, influential, and beloved entertainers?
As I wrestled with the idea of telling my story of the day Bill Cosby drugged me with the intention of doing God knows what, the faces of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, and countless other brown and black men took residence in my mind.
As if I needed to be reminded. The current plight of the black male was behind my silence when Barbara Bowman came out to tell the horrific details of being drugged and raped by Cosby to the Washington Post in November. And I watched in horror as my longtime friend and fellow model Janice Dickinson was raked over the coals for telling her account of rape at Cosby’s hands. Over the years I’ve met other women who also claim to have been violated by Cosby. Many are still afraid to speak up. I couldn’t sit back and watch the other women be vilified and shamed for something I knew was true.

BY KAL YEE.
When I sat down to write my memoir in 2013, I pondered if I should include my Cosby experience. I didn't want to get involved in a he-said/she-said situation. Now that other women have come forward with their nightmare stories, I join them.
Finally, I reached the conclusion that the current attack on African American men has absolutely nothing to do at all with Bill Cosby. He brought this on himself when he decided he had the right to have his way with who knows how many women over the last four decades. If anything, Cosby is distinguished from the majority of black men in this country because he could depend on the powers that be for support and protection.

I had to use my voice as a sister, mother, and grandmother, and as a woman who knows that, according to the C.D.C., nearly one in five women has been sexually assaulted at some time in her life, and that women of color face an even higher attack rate.

In part because of what happened to me nearly 30 years ago, I have agreed to serve on the board of the Barbara Sinatra Center for Abused Children. The experience has been as humbling as it has been rewarding. Many of the young children I work with have been sexually abused and I watch in awe of their bravery as they work to recover and feel better.
How could I be any less brave?
Beverly Johnson was a top model during the 70s and 80s and was the first African American woman to appear on the cover of American Vogue in 1974.

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RAPIST" Is Scrawled On Bill Cosby's Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame

Defaced: 'Rapist' was scrawled over comediann Bill Cosby's star on the Walk of Fame on Thursday night

Attorney Gloria Allred held a press conference on Wednesday, December 3, where three more alleged Bill Cosby sexual assault victim detailed their stories.

The women identified as Chelan, Beth Ferrier and Helen Hayes told stories similar to other women who have recently come forward with allegations that Cosby drugged, raped or sexually assaulted in some other way.

Allred proposed that the 77-year old comedian put up $100 million and agree to an informal hearing before a panel of retired judges who would arbitrate the merits of each claim and dole out compensation if a claim has merit.

"It could be advantageous for Mr. Cosby to give up the statute of limitations because there is a huge cloud on his reputation and legacy," Allred said. "The public deserves to know if Mr Cosby is a saint or a sexual predator."


Beth Ferrier

Helen Hayes

Chelan

Gloria Allred Holds a Press Conference with Alleged Bill Cosby Victims

Cosby challenged to meet accusers in court

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Flanked by three weeping accusers of under-fire Bill Cosby, California attorney Gloria Allred proposed Wednesday he agree to be sued by any accusers to establish in court the truth of "whether he is a saint or a sexual predator."

Three more women joined Allred at her Los Angelesnews conference, crying copiously as they related graphic details of how Cosby allegedly assaulted them in decades past, including one who was 17 at the time.

They join a group of women, multiplying daily, who have gone public in recent weeks with allegations of sexual assault by the entertainment icon dating back decades.

If Cosby declines to waive the statute of limitations, which prevents most of the accusers from filing charges or a civil lawsuit, then Allred proposed he could agree to place $100 million into a fund and then be judged with his accusers before a panel of retired judges who would arbitrate the merits of each claim and dole out compensation if a claim has merit.

"It could be advantageous for Mr. Cosby to give up the statute of limitations because there is a huge cloud on his reputation and legacy," Allred said. "The public deserves to know if Mr Cosby is a saint or a sexual predator."

Allred said one of the accusers with her at the news conference, Beth Ferrier, had been a "Jane Doe" in a 2006 lawsuit against Cosby, one of a dozen women who were willing to testify against him in that case. But they never got the chance because that suit was settled.

The two other women, Helen Hayes and a woman identified only as Chelan, had never spoken to reporters before, Allred said, although the outlines of their stories had been mentioned in various news accounts of the allegations against Cosby.

"I want Mr. Cosby to face justice for what he has done to me and so many other women," declared Beth Ferrier, an aspiring model/actress who had a consensual affair with Cosby in the mid-80s in New York.

Bill Cosby says he knows 'people are tired' of him not responding to allegations of sexual assault, but the comedian says no one should answer to innuendos. Meanwhile, more accusations of sexual assault emerged over the weekend. VPC

After their affair ended, she says she met with him in Colorado, he drugged her cappuccino, she passed out and woke up in the back of her car with her clothes undone and no idea what had happened.

"I believe that Mr. Cosby drugged me in order to sexually assault me that night," she said.

Hayes described an encounter with Cosby in 1973 at Clint Eastwood's celebrity tennis tournament in Pebble Beach. She says he followed her around, confronted her in a restaurant and grabbed her right breast.

"I was stunned and angry because he had no right to do that and I did not know why he would behave that way. His behavior was like that of a predator," she said before collapsing in tears.

Chelan, who claims she was victimized by Bill Cosby,

Chelan, who claims she was victimized by Bill Cosby, cries telling her story at news conference on Dec. 3.(Photo: Photo by Damian Dovarganes/ AP)


Chelan said she was was 17 and working at a Las Vegas Hilton in 1986 when she was introduced to Cosby, who invited her to meet him in a suite to be introduced to a modeling agency photograher. She had a cold, he gave her what he said was an antihistamine with double shot of Ameretto.

He walked her to the bedroom, she got on the bed, he got on next to her and "began pinching my left nipple and humping my leg while he was grunting," she said. "I could not open my eyes. I couldn't move or say anything. I felt something warm on my legs. Then I blacked out."

Later, she heckled him at his show. She was fired from her job as a result.

"It is time for justice and accountability. We challenge Mr. Cosby to end this nightmare for both him and his alleged victims by accepting either option we propose," Allred said. 

She said she has not been in contact or in negotiations with Cosby or his lawyer, Martin Singer.

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Comment by Big Shot... on May 22, 2015 at 5:02pm
@Mervin E: Thanx for that update. I'm glad hes gotten sick of them and has decided to show them how this game is really played.
Comment by Big Shot... on May 22, 2015 at 4:58pm
Good for you Mr. Cosby, it is time to make a move. Being that they aim to play foul, expose them for the filthy slimy wretched Jesabel's they are. Its been long enough, more joining in shows that they are taking destroying this man's life and reputation as a big joke. So they want to be famous, lets see who has the better, more credible track record. Thats a solid chess move. Im glad he has the money and the wisdom to move sharply. (These are the same reasons why "the powers that be" are attacking him.)
Comment by Mervin E Yearwood on December 29, 2014 at 10:50pm

Report: Cosby hired investigators to discredit rape accusers


A new report claims Bill Cosby has hired a team of investigators to dig up dirt on all of his rape accusers.

According to a report published by the New York Post's Page Six, the 77-year-old comedian and his attorney, Martin Singer, are paying six figure fees to private investigators for any information that might discredit the dozens of women who claim he raped them.

One of the several sources claims Cosby told his legal team, "If you're going to say to the world that I did this to you, then the world needs to know, 'What kind of person are you? Who is this person that's saying it?' "

His legal team is calling it a scorched earth strategy -- where, similar to the military tactic involving the destruction of anything useful to your enemy, his team will use anything negative from accuser's pasts against them.

A separate source told Page Six the tactic is already working to some degree. Specifically, in the case of former supermodel Beverly Johnson. Johnson accused Cosby of drugging her cappuccino during a visit to his home in the 80s.

That source said, "They were able to find out information about Beverly Johnson's boyfriend who said she only had good things to say about cosby. We found out that Beverly never told her live-in lover of several years what she's now telling the media and we found that to be strange."

Cosby and Singer have not yet commented on hiring private investigators, but they haven't commented on much of anything pertaining to the dozens of rape allegations.

Comment by AfricanGoddess on December 26, 2014 at 6:03pm

Sad to say,but,some of our adult blacks does have the mentality of  5 years old! @ Tall Island Girl

Comment by AfricanGoddess on December 26, 2014 at 6:28am

Still smells foul...

Comment by Ab Gai on December 25, 2014 at 2:04am
People dont care about the truth....
Comment by BIIGMANN on December 23, 2014 at 11:55pm
HOPE THE TRUTH COMES OUT!
Comment by BIIGMANN on December 23, 2014 at 11:53pm
DAMMMMM I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO SAY ABOUT THIS S***
Comment by Mervin E Yearwood on December 23, 2014 at 8:52pm

This is a sad commentary. Cosby did many positive things in education and media. This is an example of a positive Cosby moment. Happy Holidays !


Comment by Bombahdrop on December 23, 2014 at 6:02pm

Rape is a joke ! God forbid any one get raped in these days. smh Word of advice to all, if you get raped, go tell! don't wait. let this be a example that if you wait to long you will not be taken seriously even though it did happen to you .

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