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Bill Cosby May Have to Finally Address His Rape Allegations

It’s taken a very long time, but one of America’s most beloved personalities may have to finally address the ugliest chapter in his history: numerous allegations of sexual abuse. Three women—Barbara Bowman, Tamara Green and Andrea Constand—have gone public with stories about their alleged abuse at Cosby’s hands. Thirteen other women came forward and agreed to testify about their own stories if Miss Constand’s suit went to trial, but Cosby settled in 2006 and the public more or less ignored the allegations.

But lately, those ten-year-old allegations have come back to haunt Cosby. They’ve been given new life by stand-up comedian Hannibal Buress, who brings them up in his new routine. “I’ve done this bit on stage, and people don’t believe me,” Buress says, after noting that Cosby has been accused of rape numerous times. “People think I’m making it up. If you didn’t know about it, when you leave here, Google ‘Bill Cosby rape.’ It’s not funny.” People must have listened, because Cosby pulled his upcoming appearance on The Queen Latifah Show

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