Back in 2005 she signed a confidentiality agreement with Bill Cosby, agreeing never to discuss her allegations that he sexually assaulted her, but now Andrea Constand is in hot water for violating the terms of the contract.
This week, the “Cosby Show” star filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit against his accuser for talking to prosecutors about her previous claims that Cosby drugged her and touched her breasts and vagina in 2004 in his Elkins Park, Pennsylvania home.
Troubled comedian Bill Cosby has one less legal headache to worry about after a Pennsylvania judge dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed against him last year.
Renita Hill sued the former The Cosby Show star in October, claiming he and his lawyers made her appear as a "liar" after vehemently denying allegations he had drugged her drinks and molested her while she was passed out during their stint on the road together in the 1980s.
Following his arrest earlier this week, it seems Bill Cosby is keen to settle his civil lawsuit with accuser Chloe Goins.
In October, Goins accused the “Fat Albert” mastermind of sexually assaulting her at the Playboy Mansion back in 2008 and ever since the LA Count District Attorney has been reviewing the case to see if criminal charges should be filed.
Things have just dropped to a new low for Bill Cosby, as Johnny Law just issued an arrest warrant in connection with charges that he drugged and sexually assaulted former Temple University employee Andrea Constand.
The alleged incident occurred at Cosby’s Elkins Park, Pennsylvania mansion back in January 2004 and Constand’s attorney released a statement to press following the warrant.
He spent season after season with Bill Cosby on the set of “The Cosby Show” and Malcolm-Jamal Warner is worried about how the comedian’s indiscretions will affect the legacy of the beloved series.
While chatting with the Associated Press on Thursday (October 8), the 45-year-old actor noted, “My biggest concern is when it comes to images of people of color on television and film, no matter what … negative stereotypes of people of color, we’ve always had The Cosby Show to hold up against that. And the fact that we no longer have that, that’s the thing that saddens me the most because in a few generations the Huxtables will have been just a fairy tale.”