Bill Cosby has been dumped by his talent agency, CAA, and is currently without representation, according to Deadline Hollywood.
According to the website, Creative Artists Agency actually cut ties with him late last year -- well before the Associated Press obtained previously sealed court documents in which the 77-year-old admitted he bought Quaaludes with the intention of giving them to women he intended to have sex with, and admitted to giving a sedative to at least one woman.
The agency, who represented the actor and comedian since 2012, remained tight-lipped about the split, only telling Deadline, "We do not represent [Cosby] at this time.”
Cosby, who has now been accused of sexual assault by more than two dozen women, has never been charged with a crime. Additionally, the statute of limitations on most of the allegations has already expired, however, several of Cosby's accusers are currently suing the actor for defamation.
Cosby's longtime rep David Brokaw declined comment to Deadline and has yet to respond to request for comment made by The Huffington Post.