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Cindra Ladd shared her story in a column published on The Huffington Post on Monday, January 26, claiming Bill raped her when she was 21 in an apartment in New York in 1969.
During an interview at NATPE, the TV host comments on Bill's scandal, 'You go to Saudi Arabia and you need two women to testify against a man. Here you need 25.'
The Comedy Central host shows where he stands in this controversy, quipping, 'We'll ask the question did he do it? The answer will be yes.'
The 'Girls' star apologizes for likening the Bill Cosby rape scandal to Hitler's violent extermination of the Jews, admitting it wasn't her best analogy.
Martin Singer says in a new statement that Bill wasn't even in Los Angeles the night Chloe Goins claimed he sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion in 2008.
NBC's executive Robert Greenblatt comments on the sexual assault scandal surrounding the comedian, 'I didn't think it was a problem until it became critical.'
Chloe, a former Playboy playmate, has filed a claim against the comedian, accusing him of sexually assaulting her at the Playboy Mansion when she was 18 in 2008.
Around 30 female protesters stood up and yelled 'we believe the women' during Bill's last show in Ontario, Canada on Friday, January 9.
The former '30 Rock' actress confirms that she and co-star Amy Poehler are targeting the 'Cosby Show' star at the January 11 event.
The 77-year-old comedian poked fun at sexual assault allegations against him during his stand-up routine in London, Ontario, telling a woman in the audience to be careful drinking around him.
More than 200 demonstrators gathered outside the Budweiser Gardens in London, Ontario prior to the comedian's show on Thursday, January 8.
Phylicia has set the record straight about her recent comments defending her on-screen husband after receiving backlash.
The women who accused the comedian of drugging and sexually assaulting them appeared at a press conference organized by Gloria Allred on Wednesday, January 7.
The Clair Huxtable of 'The Cosby Show' believes the sexual assault allegations against her on-screen husband is a ploy to bring him down.
The actress who is best known for playing Bill's daughter Rudy Huxtable on 'The Cosby Show' has spoken out against Bill's rape allegations, saying, 'You're innocent until proven guilty of any crimes.'