Cosby Going On Tour To Teach People How To NOT Get Charged With Sexual Assault
(According to this) Bill Cosby is eager to get back to work now that his sexual assault case has ended in a mistrial, and the disgraced comedian already has a tour in the works according to his spokesperson.
Andrew Wyatt appeared on Good Day Alabama on Wednesday, and announced that the 79-year-old actor plans to host a series of town halls educating teenagers, young athletes and even married men about how to avoid being charged with a sex crime.
It was then revealed by Wyatt that one of those town halls would be taking place ‘some time in July’ in Birmingham.
Wyatt appeared on the show along with Camille Cosby’s spokesperson and fellow Alabama native Ebonee Benson in their first televised interview since the case ended in a mistrial on Saturday.
At one point, the host of the show, Janice Rogers, said of these proposed town halls: ‘Is it sort of a do as I say not as I do thing?’
The reference to Cosby’s infidelities with a number of other women and admission to giving some of those women Quaaludes caused both Wyatt and Benson to burst out in laughter. Continue to full article
This is the craziest asinine thing I’ve read today! There’s no way in hell I’d want my teenagers learning anything from Bill Cosby. And my husband better damn well not be attending. Unbelievable!
Does it sound odd to you? Wyatt and Ebonee Benson (spokesperson for Camille Cosby), both addressed that during the interview –
‘We’re going to talk to young people because this is bigger than Bill Cosby,’ explained Wyatt.
‘This issue can affect any young person, especially young athletes of today, and they need to know what they’re facing when they’re hanging out and partying, when they’re doing certain things that they shouldn’t be doing.’
He then added: ‘And it also affects married men.’
Benson then hopped in to explain the dangers facing young people when it comes to the subject of sex crimes.
‘The laws are changing, the statute of limitations for victims of sexual assault are being extended, so this is why people need to be educated on a brush against the shoulder,’ said Benson.
‘Because anything at this point can be considered sexual assault and it is a good thing to be educated about the laws.’
What’s your thoughts? Is this a good or bad move for Cosby? Should he be out in public talking about this or should he keep a low profile?
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