Three More Cosby Victims Come Forward 

How many more of Bill Cosby’s sexual assault victims need to come out before he can be shipped off to some island inhabited by giant, bloodthirsty tarantulas? 50? 100? Three more women have recently come forward accusing Cosby of sexually assaulting them, bringing this horrifying roster of rape to a total of 41. In a… » 4/23/15 10:20pm 4/23/15 10:20pm

Bill Cosby's First Video Message to Fans: 'I'm Far From Finished!'

Bill Cosby, the once beloved comedian who's been accused of sexually assaulting more than three dozen women, is on a comedy tour and he wants to win back your love with a just-released video message he made for his fans. In it, he invites someone on the phone to his show and says "You know I'll be hilarious... I'm far… » 3/09/15 10:50am 3/09/15 10:50am

Cosby Accuser Comes Forward, Sheds Anonymity to "Speak Her Truth"

Jena T., one of more than 35 women who've accused Bill Cosby of sexual offenses has come forward and revealed her full name — Jennifer Kaya Thompson. While she's not involved in any of the litigation against Cosby, Thompson says she needed to come forward for two important reasons: Credibility and the chance to speak… » 3/04/15 10:00pm 3/04/15 10:00pm

New Cosby Accuser Cindra Ladd Says He Drugged and Raped Her in 1969

Cindra Ladd, a former entertainment executive, says that Bill Cosby drugged and raped her in 1969 and wore a terrycloth bathrobe after the incident—a detail similar to what Janice Dickinson and many other of his alleged victims said about their assaults at the hands of the comedian. » 1/26/15 2:45pm 1/26/15 2:45pm

Kesha Steals Dinosaur, Is Caught Glitter-Handed

In an Ocean's 11 turn of events, Kesha has attempted one of the greatest museum heists of all time by walking out of the L.A. Natural History Museum gift shop with a toy dinosaur that she hadn't paid for. (Such brilliant simplicity!) Unfortunately, the plan was foiled by a museum security guard and the trail of… » 1/21/15 10:30am 1/21/15 10:30am

NBC Was Slow to Drop Cosby Because He Hadn't Raped Enough Women Yet

During a recent Television Critics Association panel, a reporter asked NBC executives why it took so long for them to ax Bill Cosby's in-the-works sitcom when so many women had come forward with sexual assault allegations against him. The answer, coming from entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt, was that, while… » 1/16/15 2:45pm 1/16/15 2:45pm