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Bill Cosby Stand-Up Shows Canceled Amid Assault Allegations

In this photo taken Nov. 6, 2014, entertainer Bill Cosby pauses during a news conference about the upcoming exhibit, Conversa
In this photo taken Nov. 6, 2014, entertainer Bill Cosby pauses during a news conference about the upcoming exhibit, Conversations: African and African-American Artworks in Dialogue, at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art in Washington. The Smithsonian Institution is mounting a major showcase of African-American art and African art together in a new exhibit featuring the extensive art collection of Bill and Camille Cosby. More than 60 rarely seen African-American artworks from the Cosby collection will join 100 pieces of African art at the National Museum of African Art. The exhibit “Conversations: African and African American Artworks in Dialogue,” opens Sunday and will be on view through early 2016. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Bill Cosby's scheduled stand-up show at Treasure Island in Las Vegas on Nov. 28 has been canceled "by mutual agreement," this according to a spokesperson for the casino. All tickets will be refunded. A representative for Cosby was not immediately available for comment.

The Treasure Island is among numerous venues that have decided not to host the embattled comedian. Another show, set for April in Illinois, was also canceled. Choctaw Casinos in Oklahoma canceled a planned Jan. 23 show, Dan Thomas reported. An upcoming performance in Reno was postponed indefinitely, according to KRNV. Broadway Center in Tacoma, Wa. nixed a planned show set for April.

Earlier on Friday, The Associated Press reported that an appearance Cosby was set to make in Tucson, Arizona at the Diamond Desert Casino on Feb. 15 had also been scrapped. Cosby still has more than 30 stand-up dates set for between now and May of 2015, including a performance in Melbourne, Florida scheduled for Friday night.

On Thursday night, Cosby performed at The Atlantis Bahamas. It was his first public appearance since facing renewed sexual assault allegations from various women, including model Janice Dickinson and Carla Ferrigno, wife of Lou Ferrigno.

Cosby stuck to his familiar routine of anecdotes about his life, including stories about his childhood growing up in the projects of Philadelphia and some observations about life in the Bahamas drawn from previous visits to the island chain.

The canceled shows cap a week that saw NBC stop development on a potential sitcom with Cosby, Netflix postpone plans to debut a new stand-up special with the comedian ("Bill Cosby 77") and TV Land pull reruns of "The Cosby Show" from its schedule.

Correction: An earlier version of this post misstated the state where Cosby's third show was canceled as Virginia.