Decision to consider the lawsuit filed by model and TV host Janice Dickinson against Bill Cosby is on Superior Court Judge Debre Katz Weintraub. On Tuesday’s hearing, the judge will pose questions to attorney from both sides to finally decide whether to dismiss the defamation lawsuit against Cosby.
Last year, Dickinson filed a lawsuit against Cosby stating that he had drugged and raped her in 1982. The Cosby's lawyers are denying her allegations and are requesting for dismissal of the case. Dickinson in response felt re-victimized on being projected as liar.
With every passing day, things are becoming more troublesome for American stand-up comedian Bill Cosby. On Wednesday, three more women came forward to accuse the 78-year-old actor of sexual misconduct. The allegations show how Cosby abused his power by assaulting a number of women.
One woman, who has accused the comedian of sexually inappropriate behavior, worked as a cocktail server at a jazz club in Redondo Beach in the 1970s. According to the woman, Cosby stole her undergarments after drugging her. She also said that the comedian assaulted her in a car when she was unconscious.
American stand-up comedian Bill Cosby’s lawyer argued on Friday saying that it would be very embarrassing for the comedian if the documents from a 2005 sex-assault lawsuit will be unveiled.
Cosby is presently fighting efforts by The Associated Press to unseal motions from a lawsuit he settled with a former Temple University employee.
The lawsuit accused Cosby for drugging and sexually assaulting the woman at Cosby’s home.
Now, Cosby’s lawyer argued that his client’s deposition could reveal details of Cosby's marriage, sex life and prescription drug use.
Lawyer George M. Gowen III said in a statement that it would be terribly embarrassing for this material to come out.
Los Angeles - Hundreds of demonstrators gathered outside the Budweiser Gardens in London, Ontario, Canada, where comedian Bill Cosby took the stage for the second time in the city.
According to CTV News, some of the protesters brought some signs and shouted "shame on you" to ticket-holders, reported Ace Showbiz.
Los Angeles - Comedian Bill Cosby has been hit with a new lawsuit filed by a woman who accused him of drugging and assaulting her in the 1970s. Tamara Green said in the lawsuit filed in federal court in Massachusetts that Cosby, now 77, defamed her "good name and reputation" when he branded her a liar, reported Ace Showbiz.
Tamara, who first came forward with the sexual assault claims against Cosby in 2005, also alleged the comedian, through his lawyers and publicists, negligently ignored the truth and willfully made "an evil opinion of her."
Los Angeles - Embattled comedian Bill Cosby has resigned from his role as co-chairman of a fundraising campaign for his alma mater university as his sex abuse scandal continues to rage.
'The Cosby Show' star, 77, who received a master's degree and a doctorate in education from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in the 1970s, agreed to step down from his position as a leading fundraiser for the school, reported Ace Showbiz.
Ed Blaguszewski, a spokesman for the institution, said, "Bill Cosby has agreed to resign as an honorary co-chair... He no longer has any affiliation with the campaign nor does he serve in any other capacity for the university."
London, Nov 20 - A new TV show of Bill Cosby has been scrapped by US TV network NBC after accusations that he sexually assaulted women resurfaced.
The network asserted that the 77-year-old was actor was no longer in development, the BBC reported.
The move came after Janice Dickinson, a model and TV presenter, said Cosby had sexually assaulted her after a dinner date in Lake Tahoe, California, 1982.
Dickinson is one of several women to have accused the veteran comedian of sexual assault going back almost 30 years. (ANI)
New York, December 7: Actor Bill Cosby’s extremely popular family sitcom ‘The Cosby Show’ that reigned the 1980’s is said to have a revival as a porn spoof.
The veteran’s TV comedy, which had run for eight seasons on the NBC television network, had beem amongst the biggest TV hits spanning from 1984 to 1992, reports the New York Post.
The household comedy, which focused on the Huxtable family, an upper-middle class African-American family living in Brooklyn, New York, may now be turned into "Not the Cosbys XXX".
The production will reportedly have an actor mimicking the comedian’s signature Cliff Huxtable character while being in the middle of the X-rated action, reports avn. com.