NBC lands interview with Cosby accuser Andrea Constand

Andrea Constand, the first woman to accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault in court, is to break her silence after more than a decade. Sources exclusively told Page Six that NBC’s “Dateline” has landed an interview with Constand — who hadn’t been able to discuss the case because of the ongoing legal action for the past 13 years. Now, we’re […]

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Bill Cosby sentencing scheduled for September

Bill Cosby will be sentenced over ​a ​two​-​day​ hearing in September, a Pennsylvania judge ruled Tuesday. The convicted sexual predator will learn on Sept. 24 and 25 whether he’ll be sent to prison for the 2004 attack on former Temple University basketball administrator Andrea Constand. Cosby, 80, faces up to ​30 years — ​10 years on each of the three […]

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Bill Cosby juror speaks on convicting legend

A juror who voted to convict Bill Cosby of sexual assault said the comic’s own words did him in — and that he has no doubts he and other jurors reached the right verdict, according to a new report. Harrison Snyder, who was juror No. 1, said Cosby’s deposition from 2005 and 2006 in which he admitted giving Quaaludes to […]

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Bill Cosby’s lawyer says he’s ‘feeling great’ after conviction

A spokesman for Bill Cosby defiantly claimed he’s “innocent” a day after jurors found him guilty of sexual assault — as his chief accuser broke her silence over the verdict. Andrew Wyatt said the disgraced comedian is “feeling great” and spending time with long-suffering wife Camille following his conviction — which could ultimately prove to be a life sentence. “He’s […]

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Temple U. revokes alumnus Bill Cosby’s honorary degree

Bill Cosby’s alma mater says it has revoked an honorary degree given to the comedian more than two decades ago. Temple University in Philadelphia says the school’s board of trustees accepted a recommendation Friday to rescind the 1991 degree it awarded to Cosby. A statement released by the school cites Thursday’s jury verdict finding Cosby guilty of drugging and molesting […]

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Temple U. revokes alumnus Bill Cosby’s honorary degree

Bill Cosby’s alma mater says it has revoked an honorary degree given to the comedian more than two decades ago. Temple University in Philadelphia says the school’s board of trustees accepted a recommendation Friday to rescind the 1991 degree it awarded to Cosby. A statement released by the school cites Thursday’s jury verdict finding Cosby guilty of drugging and molesting […]

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