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Bill Cosby Said He’s a 'Political Prisoner’ and Compared Himself to Gandhi

His press guy is pushing the idea that Cosby is in prison not for rape, but in retribution for his work toward racial justice.


Bill Cosby sentenced to 3-10 years in prison

The 81-year-old's prison sentence for sexual assault is one of the first of the #MeToo era.


Bill Cosby Expected 'Something in Return' from Women in Bizarre 70s TV Skit

The disgraced (and now convicted) comedian peppered his work throughout the years with bits that hinted at sexual predation.


Bill Cosby's retrial is becoming all about the $3.4M settlement he paid his accuser

Attorneys on both sides can now talk about the $3.4 million settlement Cosby paid Constand in 2006 as part of a civil suit.


Bill Cosby Is Doing Stand-Up Again for Some Reason

The disgraced actor made a bizarre return to comedy Monday night in Philadelphia ahead of his April retrial.


Bill Cosby Prosecutors Want 20 Accusers to Testify at His Retrial

Only two alleged victims were allowed to speak at the first trial, which ended in a hung jury last June.


Bill Cosby Invited Reporters to Watch Him Eat Pasta and Made a #MeToo Joke

"I just shook your hand like a man. Please don’t put me on #MeToo."


Bill Cosby Is Heading Back to Court in April

Cosby's retrial finally has a court date after being postponed for his new legal team, led by Michael Jackson's former defense attorney Tom Mesereau.


Cosby Juror Says Accuser's 'Bare Midriff' Implied Consent

He added that she shouldn't have visited the celebrity unless she was "dressed properly and left the incense in the store."


Bill Cosby Wants to Teach Kids About Sexual Assault

"This is why people need to be educated... a brush against a shoulder, you know, anything at this point can be considered sexual assault."


What It Felt Like to Attend the Cosby Trial With Six of His Accusers

I spent 13 days at the Cosby trial with a group of women who say he drugged and sexually assaulted them—which made the eventual mistrial all the more painful.


It's Time to Accept That Bill Cosby Probably Won't Be Convicted

A sexual assault prosecutor from the Clinton administration explains why the comedian will likely never see the inside of a prison cell.