Hollywood actress Raven Symone has come forward to speak out on recent negative press her mentor Bill Cosby has received over alleged sexual assault.
Symone resorted to her Instagram page to address the widespread allegations Wednesday (November 19).
Check out what TV networks have cut off Cosby right here…
According to reports, television network TV Land has pulled the plug on his “The Cosby Show” from its website.
The website allows users to watch video clips of the show and get info about air dates, but on Wednesday the network deactivated all of the “Cosby” links. If you click the link now, it takes you to an error page. (TMZ)
NBC pulled the plug on a Cosby comedy show Wednesday (November 19).
NBC said on Wednesday that it had dropped plans to develop a new situation comedy starring Mr. Cosby. The decision followed a week of revelations about accusations of rape and sexual assault against him. NBC offered no comment on the decision and did not say that it was directly related to the fusillade of accounts of previous claims of assault that at least five women have made against Mr. Cosby. (NY Times)
This week, Netflix issued a statement on the Cosby drama.
“At this time we are postponing the launch of the new stand-up comedy special, ‘Bill Cosby 77.’ ” (Statement)
Television personality and model Janice Dickinson singled out Cosby in an interview this week.Dickinson, now 59, told Entertainment Tonight in an interview that aired Tuesday that Cosby assaulted her in 1982 after a dinner in Lake Tahoe where Cosby was performing. According to Dickinson, Cosby gave her a pill and a glass of red wine, after she complained of stomach pains. When she awoke the next morning, “I wasn’t wearing my pajamas, and I remember before I passed out that I had been sexually assaulted by this man,” Dickinson told Entertainment Tonight. (USA Today)