Category: Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby mug shot photo, begins sentence after ‘most racist and sexist trial’ in US history, according to Cosby rep

Disgraced comedian Bill Cosby has been sentenced to 3 to 10 years for his 2004 sexual assault of Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his home. After Cosby was booked into the Montgomery County Correctional Facility, authorities there released his mug shot photo. And after bail was denied for Cosby pending appeal, Cosby's rep Andrew Wyatt said in a statement: "This has been the most racist and sexist trial in the history of the United States." He added: "They persecuted Jesus, and look what happened."

PHOTO Nicki Minaj responds to Bill Cosby Halloween costume controversy

It might be November, but the Bill Cosby Halloween costume controversy continues to captivate onlookers. Nicki Minaj waded into the ongoing #PillCosby debate with a Halloween Instagram post in which she appeared to take defenders to task. But is the issue that simple? Read on to see what she said–and to see what you think about #PillCosby!

VIDEO Damon Wayans calls Bill Cosby accusers ‘unrapeable’ and charges a ‘money hustle’

Comedian Damon Wayans is in hot water after going waaaaay out on a limb to support fellow comedian Bill Cosby in an interview with Power 105's The Breakfast Club on Friday. During the course of the controversial conversation, Wayans referred to some of the more than 50 women who claim they were raped by Bill Cosby as "unrapeable" based on their appearance. And, in response to the length of time it took for some of the women to come forward, Damon joked, "How big is his penis that it gives you amnesia for 40 years?" Keep reading to see highlights, watch the entire interview, and study Damon's reaction to the backlash.

PHOTO Bill Cosby rapeseed portrait removed from Minnesota State Fair

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.