Yesterday, Bill Cosby was handed a sentence of 3 to 10 years in prison for sexual assault.
After the verdict was handed down, a spokesperson for Bill said: "'most racist and sexist trial in the history of the United States".
Cosby's lawyer asked the judge if Bill could be free on bail until his time and the judge throught it was a ridiculous request and said that he's been a danger to th
Reuters reports that Bill Cosby has been charged with felony sexual assault over an incident in 2004 at his Philadelphia-area mansion, a Pennsylvania prosecutor said on Wednesday, in the first criminal case involving the comedian after years of mounting accusations...
While it seems like a list like this could provide at least a modicum of entertainment (after all, there's no bond more solidifying than the collective hatred of a public figure), there's a few glaring issues with it.
Prior to the many pieces, victims and testimony cementing Bill Cosby’s status as a reviled public figure, the comedian had almost reached the cusp of a comeback, planning a new NBC series and a Netflix standup special. Netflix was quick to shelve plans to release the special once Cosby’s deeds became a national focus, and now the streaming service doesn’t ever believe it “appropriate” to air.