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In a strange twist of events, Bill Cosby is now offering a refund to ticket holders in Tarrytown, NY who may not wish to see him perform his comedy show anymore.

Following many new and old allegations of rape from multiple women, the legendary comedian’s shows have been consistently canceled in various locations, so now, according to reports, he is giving ticket holders the option to get a refund.

We guess this is so venues can keep customers happy without completely canceling?

An email was sent out to those who purchased a ticket for his two December 6th shows at the Tarrytown Music Hall, reading:

“Mr. Cosby’s management is now allowing for refunds for any patrons that do not wish to attend the show. Please let me know if I may cancel and refund your order.”

There is no explanation included, nor does Cosby directly state that the sexual assault allegations would be the reason people may not want to attend.

Journal News reported on one ticket holder who was very happy to get his money back, as he told the site:

“I would never want to harm the Music Hall, but this is a different situation with all the allegations that went out,” Louis Lambros told the outlet. “My wife and I would not have gone, but we didn’t want Cosby to get the money.”

We will keep you updated as more details emerge.

SOURCE: Journal News | PHOTO CREDIT: Splash 

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