As more women come out to say that he assaulted them, media and TV corporations are officially taking a stand by cancelling projects and postponing shows that have to do with Bill Cosby.
Talk show host Wendy Williams shares her views on the whole debacle as well as stating that in 1990 she tried to tell the world about Bill Cosby and he tried to get her fired as a result.
Watch her video below (start from the 9:00 minute mark)
Meanwhile, NBC has decided to pull the plug on a sitcom it was developing with the comedian for next year. The network declined to comment further about the project, which would have starred Cosby as the patriarch of a multi-generational family and was in the early development stages.
Netflix also decided to postpone the streaming of its Thanksgiving Day special “Bill Cosby 77” after actress and model Janice Dickinson came forward saying she was assaulted by Cosby.
Model and actress Janice Dickinson spoke up a few days ago making, her the 17th person to come forward with these allegations.
Bill Cosby’s wife of 50 years, Camile Cosby has not made a statement about the allegations so far.
The latest women to add her voice to the allegations is Lou Ferrigno‘s wife, Carla Ferrigno.
According to Carla, Bill Cosby attacked her in 1967 while his wife, Camille, was in the house. She said she ended up at Bill Cosby’s home after going on a date with a friend of his. Carla Ferrigno told the Daily Mail that Bill Cosby offered her multiple drinks but she didn’t accept.
Carla Ferrigno told her interviewer she wants her story to be “one more nail in his coffin.”