Bill Cosby, Defendant 

Gabrielle Bluestone · 05/24/16 11:26AM

Pretrial hearings in the criminal assault case against Bill Cosby began this morning in Pennsylvania, where a judge will decide whether the case will continue to trial. But let us not forget that Cosby—who has been accused of similar crimes by almost 60 women—gave a deposition in the case in 2005 admitting to giving women drugs with the intent of sleeping with them, and hiding payoffs from his wife, Camille.

Who Said It: Bill Cosby's Lawyers or Sid Blumenthal? 

Allie Jones · 01/08/16 02:10PM

Now that Bill Cosby has been officially charged with sexual assault in connection with a 2004 incident in Pennsylvania, another forgotten rape accusation against a seemingly-untouchable American figure has resurfaced. With the help of a Twitter account, former nursing home executive Juanita Broaddrick caught the media’s attention this week by reiterating a claim she first publicly made almost 20 years ago: Bill Clinton raped her.

Watch Surreal Video of Bill Cosby's Perp Walk

Jordan Sargent · 12/30/15 03:05PM

A few minutes after 2:30 p.m. this afternoon, Bill Cosby showed up to a magistrate’s office in Elkins Park, Penn. for arraignment on three charges of sexual assault that were filed by the Montgomery County district attorney this morning. Waiting for him was the press, which produced the surreal scene of Cosby’s first real public reckoning with his alleged crimes.

Bill Cosby Asked an Agency to Supply Him With Broke, Out-of-Town Models

Jay Hathaway · 07/24/15 08:00AM

Bill Cosby’s deposition in a 2005 sexual assault lawsuit against him, recently unsealed over Cosby’s objections, reveals the comedian made arrangements with a New York modeling agency back in the ‘80s to set up dinners in his dressing room with young, struggling models from outside New York. At least one of the women who dined with Cosby later accused him of pressuring her into sex.

Bill Cosby Was Getting Quaaludes From His Gynecologist

Gabrielle Bluestone · 07/24/15 07:05AM

Perhaps one of the biggest mysteries in Bill Cosby’s alleged modus operandi was, “Where on earth was this man getting so many Quaaludes?” And now, thanks to his damning 2005 deposition, we know: he was getting them from his gynecologist.

Celebrities Take Their Names Off Bill Cosby's Toothless Biography

Jay Hathaway · 07/22/15 12:50PM

Simon and Schuster, publisher of Mark Whitaker’s Cosby: His Life and Times—much maligned for glossing over Bill Cosby’s long history of sexual assault allegations—has pulled all the celebrity blurbs from the book’s listings on Amazon and elsewhere, the AP reports. In some cases, the celebrities themselves asked to have their endorsements scrubbed from the internet.