Bill Cosby's daughter does not think her father is a serial rapist. Thirty-eight year old Evin Cosby has taken to Facebook to express her support for her father and mother while suggesting that the more than twenty women who have accused her father of drugging, raping or attempting to rape them are lying.

Evin Cosby unsurprisingly, echoes the same disbelief as her mother who yesterday compared her husband's predicament to the UVA rape debacle. Mediatite notes that she has been posting similar messages of support since early December with an increase over the past 24 hours.

On Monday Evin wrote:

Rape is a serious allegation and it is suppose to be taken VERY seriously but so is Falsely accusing someone. When someone rapes a person they go to prison. THAT should also happen to the person that has wrongfully accused an innocent victim.They are not ONLY destroying innocent people's life they are ALSO making it hard for the MEN and Women to find justice when they have been raped.

As Slate points out and as many of us know, most people who commit rape don't actually go to prison.

Cosby recently spoke to the Associated Press making the delusional assertion that he hoped black journalists would have remained "neutral" throughout this storm. Yesterday, we learned that a 24-year-old model has come forward claiming that Cosby sexually assaulted her.

In addition to criticizing Beverly Johnson's appearance on The View where she talked about being drugged by Cosby in the 80s, Evin suggests that the women are lying because they couldn't possibly remember being raped if they were indeed drugged by her father.

Drugged- you can remember the whole damn day but you were drugged? Just sayin. Memory- you can remember you looked at (allegedly) eachother, people were starring allegedly remembering your home address allegedly the name you called him allegedly But you were allegedly drugged.

It's hard to imagine how difficult it would be to believe that someone so close to you is capable of such heinous things, but in no realm of reality are a series of rambling victim-blaming Facebook posts the way to go about expressing support.

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