Five women, including two 'Cosby Show' actors, have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assaultFive women, including two 'Cosby Show' actors, have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assaultGiphy GIFGiphy GIF

Five women, including two 'Cosby Show' actors, have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault

Cosby's attorney, Andrew Wyatt, described the most recent lawsuit as "frivolous" in a statement to The Times on Tuesday.
As we have always said, and now America can see, this isn't about justice for victims of alleged sexual assault, it's ALL ABOUT MONEY, Wyatt said in an email ...
...statement. These alleged accusers were once represented by [Attorney Gloria Allred] and were a part of the parade of accusers back in 2014 through 2016.
We think that the courts will uphold the law and clear Mr. Cosby of these alleged accusations. Mr. Cosby continues to vehemently ...
...refute all accusations leveled against him and eagerly anticipates the opportunity to defend himself in court.
Tuesday's request for comments from The Times was not immediately answered by NBC or Carsey-Werner representatives, and Kaufman Astoria Studios was not available for comment.
The 34-page lawsuit describes numerous, distinct alleged rape and drugging incidents allegedly committed by Cosby throughout the 1960s ...
...and into the 1990s. A number of the defendants claimed that Cosby, 85, had injected an "intoxicant" into their drinks and raped them.
The lawsuit claims that Cosby threatened to "blacklist" one of the plaintiffs if she resisted his insistent sexual advances or spoke ...
...out against his behavior. The allegations were consistent with those made by women who had previously come forward against Cosby.
The women claim that NBC, Kaufman Astoria, and Carsey-Werner should have known that Bill Cosby posed a threat to women and ...
...that these organizations gave him the authority or appearance of authority to gain access to and sexually abuse women.