Prosecutors are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to review Bill Cosby’s sexual assault case and restore his conviction.
The 24-year-old, who testified against the singer, said he had a fair trial and was not “railroaded."
The disgraced comedian told TMZ the singer “got railroaded” in his sex-trafficking trial that ended Monday.
Rashad, who serves as the dean of Howard's fine arts college, had tweeted in support of her "Cosby Show" co-star after his sentence was vacated.
The former "Cosby Show" star did not back down from her original comments celebrating the disgraced comedian's release from prison.
“Personal positions of University leadership do not reflect Howard University’s policies,” the school said.
“He is released because a prosecutor promised him years ago that he would not be brought to justice," said attorney Lisa Bloom.
"Thank you to all my fans, supporters and friends who stood by me through this ordeal," he tweeted hours after his release from prison.
Rashad later attempted to walk back those comments, saying she fully supports "survivors of sexual assault coming forward."
Amber Tamblyn, Phylicia Rashad, Ellen Barkin, Rosanna Arquette and many more have spoken out both against and in support of Cosby being freed.
The disgraced comedian has been accused by more than 60 women of sexual misconduct.
Bill Cosby will walk free after Pennsylvania’s highest court ruled he should not have been prosecuted for sexual assault in 2018.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court found that an agreement with a previous prosecutor prevented the actor from being charged in 2015.
"DENIED!" tweeted Andrea Constand, who the disgraced comedian was convicted of assaulting.
David Schoen and Bruce Castor issued statements through Trump’s office saying that they were honored to take the job.
People on Twitter clapped back at the Fox News host, who also compared the incoming first lady to Bill Cosby, who's serving time for sex crimes.
The prolific entertainer reflects on her long career, including "Dolly Parton's Christmas on the Square," "Grey's Anatomy," "A Different World" and Broadway.
The “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” host said “there is no good reason” for Trump’s town hall to be at the same time as Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s on ABC.
“I would challenge #metoo and ask them to go back 400+ years and tarnish the names of those oppressors that raped slaves,” Andrew Wyatt said.
In a teaser for the upcoming episode of “Red Table Talk,” Smith tells the rapper her “heart dropped” when she heard his remarks about the CBS anchor.