Cosby invokes systemic racism as he fights #MeToo conviction
___Constand knew Cosby from her job at Temple University, where Cosby was a booster, alumnus and longtime trustee twice her age. (She thought she was taking a homeopathic supplement; Cosby later said it was Benadryl, while acknowledging he once gave a 19-year-old Quaaludes before sex.) A decade later, Black comedian Hannibal Buress took Cosby to task for his scolding. You rape women, Bill Cosby, so turn the crazy down a couple notches," he said onstage in 2014. She also believes that racial bias exists in the criminal justice system.
Camille Cosby Hopes Husband Bill Cosby Will Find 'Vindication' With New Appeal of Sexual Assault Conviction
Camille Cosby is looking forward to husband Bill Cosby getting a chance to appeal his sexual assault conviction. Camille Cosby discusses the developments in the sexual assault case against Bill Cosby, the Black Lives Matter movement and more in a wide-ranging interview on @ABCNewsLive. Just a whole lot of allegations," Camille said. According to Camille, the "unproven allegations" don't "fit in with the laws in our country." RELATED CONTENT:Bill Cosby Granted Appeal in Pennsylvania Sexual Assault CaseBill Cosby Says Trial Was a Setup and He 'Won't Have Remorse'Camille Cosby Reveals How Little She Knew About Accusations Against Husband Bill in DepositionBill Cosby's Accusers: A Timeline of Alleged Sexual Assault Claims (Updated)
Bill Cosby's wife asks, "Who is the victim?"
Bill Cosby's wife asks, "Who is the victim?" Speaking out for the first time, Camille Cosby is defending her husband after renewed accusations of sexual assault surfaced against the comic. Vinita Nair reports on why the timing of her forceful message is important.cbsnews.com