Bill Cosby is out on bail, and has an ankle monitor. The disgraced comedian who was found guilty of aggravated indecent assault last month will find out the length of his stay in jail in September.
Stockholm Syndrome is very real. Camille Cosby is still riding for her convict husband, Bill Cosby, and in a bonkers statement compared his accusers to a lynch mob.
How the high and mighty have fallen. Until he is formally sentenced, convicted felon Bill Cosby is on house arrest and will have to wear a GPS ankle monitor.
Today (Sept. 26), Bill Cosby was convicted of drugging and molesting Andrea Costand in 2004.
Bill Cosby will now await the decision of the jury in a retrial of his Pennsylvania sexual assault case as the group began deliberations today (April 25). If convicted, the beleaguered entertainer could face 10 years in prison under state guidelines on three counts of indecent aggravated assault.
A topless woman who ran at Bill Cosby as he was leaving a Pennsylvania courtroom was arrested for the act. It has come out that the woman was a former actress who appeared on The Cosby Show, and has made it her mission to call out the entertainer for the numerous sexual abuse allegations he’s […]
It’s about to get even realer for Bill Cosby. He will see five of his alleged victims in court in a matter of weeks.
Lisa Bonet is finally speaking about Bill Cosby’s alleged sexual assaults. The actress now says she had a bad feeling about him in the 80’s,
Bill Cosby took to the stage for the first time Monday (Jan. 22) since several women came forward accusing him of sexual assault in 2015. The entertainer and comedian performed to an intimate crowd in Philadelphia, this as a retrial for his sexual assault case looms near.
Chris Matthews, the longtime host of MSNBC’s Hardball show, is at the center of a controversy involving a comment he made off the air towards Hilary Clinton. Ahead of a 2016 interview, Matthews made a tasteless joke about giving the then-presidential hopeful a Bill Cosby pill that was caught on a hot mic.
Bill Cosby is coming to a city near you to teach young people how not to get accused of rape.
Bill Cosby‘s sexual assault case ended this weekend with the entertainer being found not guilty on two of the three counts against him. It was later discovered that two jurors held fast in their stances on Cosby’s first and third counts of sexual assault according to a juror that was part of deliberations.