A portrait of Bill Cosby done up in canola seed–sometimes known by the archaic but nonetheless accurate name “rapeseed”–has been quietly removed from an art exhibit at the Minnesota State Fair. The artist never expected his Bill Cosby rapeseed portrait to make it past the judges in the first place. Read on for the details, plus a series of pictures of the controversial work.
In a recently-revealed deposition from 2005, Bill Cosby admits to having paid for sex, drugs to coerce women into sex, and the silence of women with whom he’d cheated. The New York Times has just published a report on the startling revelations–read on for the details.
President Obama commented both directly and indirectly on the Bill Cosby controversy when he answered a question about revoking Cosby’s Presidential Medal of Freedom. No such award has ever been taken back. Obama gave a general answer about the Medal, and a blunt one about the behavior of which Cosby has been accused. Read on to see the video.
Singing a dramatically different tune than the one she knew just days ago, Whoopi Goldberg admitted on The View today that the evidence and allegations against Bill Cosby “kind of point to guilt.” See what else Goldberg said, and how her new comments contrast with what she said last week.
Despite the release of a 2005 testimony in which Bill Cosby admitted to giving young women drugs before having sex with them, Whoopi Goldberg and Raven-Symone defended him again today.
Bill Cosby testified in 2005 that he received Quaaludes with the intent of giving them to young women in order to have sex with them. He also admitted giving the drugs to at least one woman, along with “other people.”
Since comedian Hannibal Buress’ routine on Cosby went viral in October of 2014, several dozen women have come forward to accuse Bill Cosby of sexual misconduct. This is a list of women who have accused Cosby of sexual assault, and of their accusations. It will be updated regularly.
A New Jersey district attorney has declined to file sexual assault charges against Bill Cosby. New Jersey was one of the few places Cosby could be charged for sexual assault in criminal court–find out why, and hear what his lawyers have to say in light of the news.