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Bill Cosby's wife claims alleged victims 'consented' to drugs


Bill Cosby's faithful wife is aware of her husband's cheating ways, but believes the women he's accused of slipping drugs to and then sleeping with actually consented to take the pills, it was reported Sunday.
Camille Cosby, 71, made her stance known in a war room with PR reps and attorneys she and Cosby, 78, held at their Massachusetts home Tuesday night, the New York Post reports.
'Camille still doesn't believe that Bill provided drugs and had sex with women without their consent...She's well aware of his cheating, but she doesn't believe that her husband is a rapist,' a source told the Post.
Standing by him: Bill Cosby's faithful wife is aware of her husband's cheating ways, but believes the women he's accused of slipping drugs to and then sleeping with actually consented to take the pills, it was reported Sunday
Standing by him: Bill Cosby's faithful wife is aware of her husband's cheating ways, but believes the women he's accused of slipping drugs to and then sleeping with actually consented to take the pills, it was reported Sunday
'I created him, I knew what I was getting and we'll fix this,' said Camille, who is also her husband's business manager
'I created him, I knew what I was getting and we'll fix this,' said Camille, who is also her husband's business manager
'I created him, I knew what I was getting and we'll fix this,' said Camille, who is also her husband's business manager.
Camille reportedly ordered the crisis team to, 'Get back out in front of this.'
The sexual assault allegations against Cosby had already severely damaged his career even before The Associated Press revealed that he admitted under oath in 2005 to obtaining quaaludes to give to young women he wanted to have sex with. 



But now even the hangers-on are walking away. Last week, singer Jill Scott--one of Cosby's highest profile supporters--announced she no longer stood behind the entertainer she once called her role model.
'People are jumping ship,' Camille reportedly complained to the group.
On Thursday, black civil rights leaders called on the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce to remove Bill Cosby's star from the Hollywood Walk of Fame, saying it could become a 'walk of shame' if his name remains on the storied sidewalk.
The sexual assault allegations against Cosby had already severely damaged his career even before The Associated Press revealed that he admitted under oath in 2005 to obtaining quaaludes to give to young women he wanted to have sex with
The sexual assault allegations against Cosby had already severely damaged his career even before The Associated Press revealed that he admitted under oath in 2005 to obtaining quaaludes to give to young women he wanted to have sex with
Many of the activists largely remained neutral in the controversy until Monday's revelation of Cosby's 2005 deposition.
Cosby settled a sexual-abuse lawsuit brought by a former Temple University employee for undisclosed terms in 2006.
'Cosby to black America is an icon, but once an icon figure betrays the trust of the community, we have to withdraw our support and condemn their actions,' said Najee Ali, who was among those calling for the resignation. 'If they don't remove that star, we can call it the walk of shame.'
Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable president Earl Ofari Hutchinson echoed his sentiment.
'We were there; we remained silent; but no more,' Hutchinson said.
The chamber said it had no plans to remove Cosby's star, and has never removed one before.
'Once a star has been added to the Walk, it is considered a part of the historic fabric of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Because of this, we have never removed a star from the Walk,' Chamber of Commerce president Leron Gubler said in a statement.
Cosby received his star in November 1977, and it's placed in a prominent spot near the busy intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and North Highland Avenue. In 2014, vandals wrote 'rapist' three times on the star following allegations of sexual misconduct against the comedian. 
'Walk of shame': On Thursday, black civil rights leaders called on the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce to remove Bill Cosby's star from the Hollywood Walk of Fame, saying it could become a 'walk of shame' if his name remains on the storied sidewalk
'Walk of shame': On Thursday, black civil rights leaders called on the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce to remove Bill Cosby's star from the Hollywood Walk of Fame, saying it could become a 'walk of shame' if his name remains on the storied sidewalk


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