Responding to a woman's allegations of sexual molestation, comedian Bill Cosby said "words and actions can be misinterpreted"
Instead of accussing back Andrea Constand, whose sexual assault accusation against him has been dropped by Montgomery County District Attorney due to the "insufficient credible and admissible evidence" to support her claims, comedian Bill Cosby tend to apologize her. Doesn't protest his innocence throughout the five-week investigation, Cosby has admitted his improper actions and said sorry to his wife Camille for the distress the allegations caused her.
"Looking back on it, I realize that words and actions can be misinterpreted by another person. But that's all behind me now, and I'm looking only toward a bright future," Cosby said to the American newspaper National Enquirer. Over and above that, though not saying that what he did was wrong, still Cosby deeply sorry to his loving wife and family for the great emotional stress the allegation brought them.