Continuing to maintain his innocence, Bill Cosby says he encourages everyone who believes he's guilty to 'read the court papers.'Jeremy Dick
Fresh Prince star Janet Hubert slammed The Cosby Show star Phylicia Rashad after the latter celebrated Bill Cosby's release from prison.Jeremy Dick
Even with a limited market, Bill Cosby could potentially fetch tens of thousands of dollars for speaking engagements and other public appearances.Jeremy Dick
A rep for Bill Cosby says various promoters and comedy club owners have been calling nonstop since the disgraced comedian's release from prison.Jeremy Dick
Bill Cosby has released his first statement since getting released from prison on Wednesday after serving more than two years behind bars.Jeremy Dick
Phylicia Rashad says 'a miscarriage of justice is corrected' after it was reported that Bill Cosby had his conviction overturned.Jeremy Dick
Bill Cosby is leaving prison after serving more than two years as the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled to overturned his conviction.Jeremy Dick
Nearly two years into a 10-year sentence, Bill Cosby just might get an early release as the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has granted his appeal.Jeremy Dick
Snoop Dogg went off on Gayle King earlier this week for her interview with Lisa Leslie about the late Kobe Bryant and mentioned Bill Cosby.Kevin Burwick
Eddie Murphy made his triumphant return to SNL over the weekend and made a joke about Bill Cosby.Kevin Burwick
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has taken the bold step of expelling Bill Cosby, after he was convicted of sexual assault, and longtime fugitive Roman Polanski.
Comedy legend Bill Cosby is found guilty on three counts of aggravated indecent assault against former Temple University employee Andrea Costrand.
Bill Cosby performed for the first time since 2015 as he gears up for trial.B. Alan Orange
Billy Cosby has been charged with aggravated indecent assault and could spend up to 10 years in prison.B. Alan Orange
Eddie Murphy pokes fun at troubled comedian Bill Cosby during his acceptance speech for the Mark Twain Prize in Washington, D.C.B. Alan Orange
The legendary comedian performs his first stand-up special in over 20 years. Debuting on Blu-ray and DVD November 26th.