Actor Joseph C. Phillips said that his former “The Cosby Show” co-star and the fallen idol Bill Cosby is guilty.
The morning talk show invited Daniel Abrams, ABC News chief legal analyst, Boston Herald reported.
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“It looks bad, Bill”, Goldberg said, addressing the comedian through the camera.
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“I find out that’s not possible”, Goldberg said. The encounter, in which the woman shared her “heart-breaking” tale of “violation”, convinced him that Cosby was guilty. “It’s impossible to ignore the consistency of these stories”, he said.
“There’s nothing that can be done legally”, Goldberg said.
Phillips recalled saying to the woman: ‘Back in the day, ‘ I started.
“What we’ve learned is there’s no recourse for these women except what they’re doing”, Goldberg ultimately declared.
However, Obama went on to add: “I’ll say this: if you give a woman, or a man for that matter, without his or her knowledge a drug and then have sex with that person without consent, that’s rape”.
Whoopi Goldberg stands down from defending Bill Cosby.
So far, neither has tweeted a reaction to Goldberg’s 180.
Phillips, who played Cosby’s son-in-law Martin Kendall on the show for three years, writes about witnessing Cosby’s several extramarital affairs on the set with “light skinned” women who had “good hair”.
“Honestly, that phrase may not be enough to sufficiently describe my feelings for Bill”.
Bill Cosby had few celebrity supporters claiming his innocence. Dan told her that the people are trying to change that law now.
The way Phillips thought of Cosby forever changed in that moment, he says, and in closing offered one last plea to the comedian he once held on a pedestal.
The actor concludes his blog with the admission that he is “not prepared to simply dismiss [Cosby’s] brilliance, his wisdom, or his legacy”, advising Cosby to “go live a quiet country life”.