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Bill Cosby accuser slams his upcoming sexual assault town halls

26 Juin 2017

But as Paul noted on Twitter after the interview, Benson's claims contradict what she and another Cosby publicist, Andrew Wyatt, said in an interview on local Fox affiliate WBRC in Birmingham, AL on Thursday, in which they brought up the upcoming town hall tour unprompted and mentioned sexual assault as an issue that would be discussed when describing it. Dahmer notoriously ate several of his victims.

A town hall will be held in Birmingham in July, Wyatt said.

While the idea of Cosby hosting seminars on sexual assault clearly doesn't sit well with Allred, she did offer the entertainer a bit of advice.

"In no rational world should Bill Cosby be permitted to talk to kids, or anyone, about sexual assault", USA Today reported Bloom said. "It's very - it's a good thing to be educated about the law". While almost 60 women have publicly accused Cosby of sexual assault over several decades - all of which his legal team has denied - only the allegations of Andrea Constand have led to criminal charges.

It also led indirectly to the reopening of the examination of his past.

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Video of Buress' remarks was widely viewed online, and a number of women came forward to share similar stories alleging sexual abuse by Cosby.

In 2014, black standup comedian Hannibal Buress slammed Cosby on stage, calling him a self-righteous scold and adding, "You rape women, Bill Cosby". Prosecutors ultimately reopened Constand's case. In a series of comments made after the announcement, Allred accused Cosby of attempting to influence the jury pool ahead of his retrial.

During the trial, Constand testified that Cosby drugged and molested her at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004.

NORRISTOWN, PA - JUNE 7: Actor Bill Cosby arrives for his trial on sexual assault charges at the Montgomery County Courthouse on June 7, 2017 in Norristown, Pennsylvania.

More 50 women who have accused him of sexual misconduct but their allegations never resulted in criminal charges, namely because the statute of limitations has expired. Now that he's not sitting in jail for sexual assault, he's going to embark on a national tour that tells people how they can avoid sitting in jail for sexual assault.

Bill Cosby accuser slams his upcoming sexual assault town halls