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Bill Cosby may want people to ignore the “innuendos” of sexual assault linked to him, but with a fixer and another victim coming forward, the comedian isn’t going to get his wish anytime soon.

In an exclusive report from The NY Daily News, Frank Scotti, a former NBC employee, has admitted to being the comedian’s fixer and sending over $2,000 a month to eight different women for over 10 years.

Scotti says the payments began in 1989. He also claims when Cosby met up with models and other women, he would man the room door. With many women now sharing their stories about the comedian, Scotti says he needed to come forward about his “job.”

“He had everybody fooled,” said Scotti in an exclusive interview with the Daily News. “Nobody suspected.”

Scotti came forward last week with his insider’s look at Cosby’s womanizing ways during the magical 1984-92 run of “The Cosby Show.” The 90-year-old Scotti said he decided to speak as the drumbeat of sexual abuse allegations against Cosby, 77, grew steadily louder. “I felt sorry for the women,” he told The News.  “I was suspicious that something was going on,” said Scotti. “I suspected that he was having sex with them because the other person he was sending money to (Thompson) he was definitely having sex with. Why else would he be sending money? He was sending these women $2,000 a month. What else could I think?”

Scotti also said his assistance to Cosby caused him to quit his job.

Meanwhile, former model Jewel Allison is now on the list of 17 women who say they were drugged by the comedian. Allison says she was never raped by Cosby, but was allegedly forced to put her hand on his genitals:

“That was my sexual assault by this comedian,” she told the Daily News. “He turned me around and said, ‘Let’s get you home.’ At the door, he gave me a very hard embrace and a hard kiss.”

Allison says the comedian was able to assault women for so long because he hid behind his beloved wholesome family man image:

“We may be looking at America’s greatest serial rapist that ever got away with this for the longest amount of time,” Allison said. “He got away with it because he was hiding behind the image of Cliff Huxtable.”

Cosby has canceled some of his stand-up dates, but that hasn’t stopped him from getting standing ovations at his recent show in Florida.

SOURCE: Daily News | VIDEO CREDIT: News Inc. 

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