Bill Cosby is suing Beverly Johnson, one of the women he allegedly attempted to assault, for defamation. Elsewhere, his lawyers are still trying to keep his wife Camille out of a deposition for a different case. Happy holidays, everyone!
More than half of Bill Cosby’s alleged victims came together to discuss the sexual abuse they experienced on an episode of Dateline which aired on Friday.
In an interview with Good Morning America on Wednesday, Beverly Johnson said she forgives Bill Cosby for drugging and assaulting her in the ’80s.
Following the five more women who accused Bill Cosby of sexual abuse in August alone, a new report claims that his publicity team has had a eureka moment: Just say that the allegations are a big racist attack on an old, kind black man.
Although a few die-hard defenders like Whoopi Goldberg still refuse to believe that Bill Cosby is a serial rapist—even after the man himself confirmed in his 2005 testimony that he drugged women to sleep with them—his alleged victims are finding relief and justice in the court of public opinion.
Oh: actress Phylicia Rashad, Bill Cosby's one-time T.V. wife, has weighed in on the two dozen separate sexual assault allegations against him, telling an entertainment reporter "Forget these women." She implied that Cosby's accusers are all part of an orchestrated smear campaign. Clair Huxtable, what are you doing.
Yet another woman has come forward accusing Bill Cosby of sexual assault: Casting agent and actress Katherine McKee says that The Cosby Show comedian raped her in a Michigan hotel room in the early 1970s.
Supermodel Beverly Johnson appeared on The View this morning to discuss the recent Vanity Fair article in which she alleges that Bill Cosby drugged her in the mid '80s at the height of The Cosby Show. Naturally, this meant bumping heads with The View's resident rape apologist, Whoopi Goldberg.
In interviews that aired on CBS's This Morning and The Today Show Friday, Beverly Johnson spoke about her Vanity Fair essay published yesterday, where she wrote that in the 1980s Bill Cosby drugged her in a probable attempt to sexually assault her.
This afternoon, Vanity Fair published a first-person account from supermodel Beverly Johnson claiming that Bill Cosby once drugged her. Johnson is the 20th woman to come forward in recent weeks with similar allegations.
Last night on the red carpet at the BET Awards, there were pretty dresses, interesting shoes, creative hairdos and Meagan Good's nipples. Let us not delay.
- No one can accuse Terry Richardson of false advertising! And presumably in their new campaign, Equinox got exactly what they paid for from the pervy lensman. Because the shots are gratuitous and have nothing to do with fitness!
Here are 29 covers from the hallowed, heavy September fashion issues (click to soak it all in). So how do Vogue, Elle, and the smaller titles stack up? Let's put September to a full statistical analysis.
According to one rumor, yes. The actress's cover was allegedly confirmed by sources inside the company.
As you know, the Life magazine photo archive is now online. We've been showcasing images of women in different decades. Although Life was a weekly until 1972, it hung around as a monthly until 2000.
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- The case is now closed, with Mary-Kate Olsen off the hook. [TMZ, Reuters, USA Today, People]
- Morgan Freeman, 71, is still in the hospital after his car wreck a week ago, and, as…