Bill Cosby is hit with sex assault allegations once again.
This time, it seems as if more women are standing up and sharing their stories. As of last night, Janice Dickinson marked the 17th woman who came forward to testify against Cosby on Entertainment Tonight.
“In an NPR interview with Cosby and his wife Camille, host Scott Simon asks Cosby to respond to the “serious allegations” that have been raised about him “in recent days.” Cosby refuses to answer, staying silent and shaking his head,” reported TIME.
The original accuser was Andrea Constand he filed a suit again Cosby alleging he drugged and molested her at his home in Pennsylvania in 2004. The following year, Beth Ferrier was second woman who said the actor drugged and sexually assaulted her in a car in Denver in the 1980s.
The two women were recently interviewed by Newsweek to repeat their allegations. This brought forth many more women who were too afraid to take a stand against America’s father figure.
Netflix now says it is postponing its Cosby stand-up special that was originally scheduled to premier Nov. 28.
Saturday afternoon also might not be the same as TV Land is currently airing re runs of “The Bill Cosby Show.“
We do not know if these allegations are true, but we do know the streets are talking.