- Bill Cosby has been sued for alleged sexual assault by five women. According to court documents, Lili Bernard, Eden Tirl, Jewel Gittens, Jennifer Thompson and Cindra Ladd filed a joint lawsuit on Monday against The Cosby Show star, the show's network NBC and its production company. The lawsuit alleges each woman was abused or sexually assaulted by Cosby, 85. Four of the allegations date from the late 1980s or early 1990s, while the fifth dates back to 1969. Cosby's spokesperson Andrew Wyatt call
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‘Music and Lyrics’ is best remembered for its soundtrack of fake pop songs, rather than its predictable plot. As the Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore romcom turns 15, Isobel Lewis looks at the art of writing fictional hits and remembers Adam Schlesinger, the man behind many of the best pretend songs ever writtenThanks for your feedback!
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Bill Cosby has been accused of sexual assault in a new lawsuit. On Thursday, artist Lili Bernard, 57, filed a lawsuit against the 84-year-old comedian in which she alleged he drugged and raped her in a hotel room in Atlantic City, New Jersey in 1990, when she was 26, after he promised to mentor her on The Cosby Show. Bernard told The Associated Press that her decision to file the lawsuit was in part due to Cosby's release from prison after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his 2018 sexuaThanks for your feedback!
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Comedy Cellar owner has refused to book Cosby at his venue as the audience wouldn’t appreciate itThanks for your feedback!
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He will also take to the stage in the US and Canada, according to his publicist.Thanks for your feedback!
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Bill Cosby hopes to perform standup in London's comedy clubs as part of an international comeback tour after his sexual assault conviction was overturned, his publicist said. The comedian once known to millions as "America Dad" was released from prison last week, when a Pennsylvania court ruled he had been unfairly prosecuted. Despite the intense public backlash to his release, Cosby's publicist Andrew Wyatt said the 83-year-old was eager to return to the stage. The comedian's team have been conThanks for your feedback!
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Bill Cosby and his supporters called it “justice for black America”. But for many, it seemed instead like confirmation that celebrities, regardless of race, exist in a world above the law. That symbolic conviction of “America’s dad” seemed all for naught as he walked free on Wednesday, less than three years into what might have been a decade behind bars, following his 2018 conviction on three counts of aggravated indecent assault. On leaving his Pennsylvania prison Cosby clearly sought to frameThanks for your feedback!
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Bill Cosby has broken his silence following his release from prison on Wednesday. The Cosby Show star was officially released from prison on Wednesday afternoon, hours after judges at the Pennsylvania Supreme Court tossed out the funnyman's 2018 conviction for drugging and sexually assaulting Temple University staff member Andrea Constand at his home in 2004. Cosby, whose conviction was quashed due to a "process violation" relating to a previous agreement not to prosecute, appeared before the meThanks for your feedback!
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One, in 2005 the then-Montgomery County District Attorney Bruce Castor published a press release stating that “a [criminal] conviction under the circumstances of this case would be unattainable.” Second, during the civil case in 2005, Cosby testified in a civil trial against him. The US constitution protects criminal defendants from being compelled to testify against themselves. However, if they are given immunity from prosecution, then they can be compelled to testify in a civil trial. EvidenceThanks for your feedback!
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Bill Cosby has been denied parole after refusing to participate in a jail therapy for violent sexual predators. This is the first year he was eligible for parole having served three years in state prison in Pennsylvania. Cosby spokesman Andrew Wyatt called the decision “appalling” and his client “vehemently proclaims his innocence”.Thanks for your feedback!
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Bill Cosby will face “execution” if exposed to coronavirus in prison, his representative has claimed.The sex offender and disgraced comic is serving a three-to-10-year sentence in a Pennsylvania jail for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman in 2004.Thanks for your feedback!