Last week, Bill Cosby was found guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault during his retrial on sexual assault and drugging charges in Pennsylvania, and the 80-year-old now faces up to 10 years in jail. But in today’s standing-by-her-man news, his wife, Camille Cosby, wrote a three-page statement about…
Bill Cosby was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame in 1992 in a ceremony at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., but a week after he was found guilty of sexual assault by a jury in Norristown, Pa., his name and likeness have been removed from the Hall of Fame.
Actor and comedian Marsha Warfield, best known as Roz from Night Court, has used social media in the past to make some impactful statements. In December 2017 she came out as a gay woman, noting that her mother only wanted her to do so after she had died.
You know what conversation is confusing? This one: Bill Cosby has now been convicted of doing exactly what he said he did—please go read the deposition again—and there is a legion of people who want to make sure that we still acknowledge that Cosby has done a lot for the black community. I don’t know how else to say…
Editor’s note: In the wake of the Cosby verdict, former Ebony Editor-in-Chief Kierna Mayo reflects on her “shattered glass” Cosby Show cover and how it highlighted a great divide.
Temple University announced Friday that in light of Bill Cosby’s conviction on sexual assault charges, the institution would be rescinding the honorary degree it bestowed upon him in 1991.
Bounce TV, a network geared toward African-American viewers, has removed reruns of The Cosby Show from its lineup following Bill Cosby’s conviction on three counts of aggravated indecent sexual assault Thursday afternoon.
On Thursday a jury in Norristown, Pa., that consisted of seven men and five women found Bill Cosby guilty of aggravated indecent assault after 14 hours of deliberation.