Earlier today, news broke that Bill Cosby‘s past misdeeds may finally lead to some legal repercussions.
An arrest warrant has been issued against the entertainer for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple employee Andrea Constand at his Pennsylvania mansion back in January of 2004. TMZ has since reached out to several of Cosby’s other accusers for comments.
Via her attorney, Andrea Constand said:
“On behalf of our client, Andrea Constand we wish to express our appreciation to the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, the County Detectives and the Cheltenham Police Department for the consideration and courtesy they have shown Andrea during this difficult time.
We have the utmost confidence in Mr. Steele, Ms. Feden and their team, who have impressed us with their professionalism. In that this matter is now being pursued in the criminal justice system, we will not comment further.”
Sarita Butterfield, whose alleged assault occurred on Christmas Eve in 1974 when Cosby tried to fondle and kiss her while his wife and kids were home, released a statement:
“I believe that now people are now seeing him for what he really is. If I could tell his wife something, I would tell her, ‘Shame on you for being an accessory to his criminal act.’ She should be charged also as an accomplice.”
Sammy Mays, a writer who claimed Cosby drugged and assaulted her after their meeting at a conference in the mid-’80s, almost thought this day would never come.
“I nearly lost faith this day might never happen. I am looking forward to seeing my rapist in an episode of ‘Orange Is the New Black’ and myself in a cameo visiting the bastard — driving to the prison, jamming to some upbeat tunes, deciding what it is that I will say. Prisoners have little time to visit you know?”
“I know (it’s a woman’s prison), I don’t give damn. Any prison is good enough as long as I see him behind bars. Please don’t let him die without being convicted because it will save his reputation,” she continued.
SOURCE: TMZ | VIDEO SOURCE: Inform