• Bill Cosby has been found guilty of sexually assaulting a teenager back in 1975 at the Playboy Mansion

    International
    Bill Cosby has been found guilty of sexually assaulting a teenager back in 1975 at the Playboy Mansion

    He stated he did not recall the occurrence in a videotaped deposition and that he would never pursue a person under the age of 18.

    Digital Desk: When the TV personality invited Judy Huth and a friend to the notorious California residence, Judy was only 16 years old.

    She said that Cosby, who was 37 at the time, had forced her to engage in sexual activity with him.

    The entertainer was convicted guilty of sexual assault by a California court, and the victim was given $500,000 in compensation.

    According to Reuters, Cosby did not show up in person for the trial but maintained his innocence throughout.

    He stated he did not recall the occurrence in a videotaped deposition and that he would never pursue a person under the age of 18.

    The highest court in Pennsylvania reversed Cosby's conviction for a different sexual assault last year.

    The court reached its conclusion after discovering that a deal with a former prosecutor protected him from being indicted in the case.

    Of his three to ten-year sentence, Cosby has already served more than two years.

    In 2008, at his suburban mansion, he was found guilty of drugging and sexually assaulting former basketball player Andrea Constand.

    Days before the 12-year statute of limitations expired, he was detained and accused in 2015 on the basis of fresh evidence.

    During his initial trial, only one accuser testified against him. A new trial was mandated since the jury could not agree on a verdict.

    The judge at the retrial permitted five additional victims to testify against Cosby about alleged encounters in the 1980s.

    After having his conviction reversed and being let out of prison, Bill Cosby is attempting to relaunch his career.

    The disgraced entertainer was shielded from prosecution in the case by a deal that was discovered by Pennsylvania's highest court with a former prosecutor.

    After being found guilty of drugging and assaulting former basketball player Andrea Constand at his suburban house in 2008, Cosby had already completed more than two years of his three-to-10-year sentence.

    Despite being 83 years old, it seems Cosby won't spend his newfound freedom hiding out.

    According to the New York Times, the former TV personality has partnered with Michelle Major to produce a five-part documentary series on his case. Cosby stated that the documentary is almost finished, and all that's left to complete is his interview, which he hopes to conduct in the coming weeks.

    Major worked as the executive producer of Vice Media's Black Lives Matters: A Global Reckoning and attended Cosby's trial.

    In addition to the documentary, he stated that he would "probably" contribute to a book on the trial. It is unclear at this time if he will write the book himself or simply provide commentary and quotes to a biographer.

    According to the New York Post, Cosby declared that his goal is to "get the truth out and make people recognise that this is serious and it must be told what happened."

    "We cannot relent. We need to organise. Black journalists, black male authors, and black female writers all need to put pen to paper and spread the truth, so we need to involve the NAACP and Crisis Magazine, "said he.

    He seeks to collaborate with individuals, groups, and networks that assist those who have been falsely charged, tried, and convicted.

    He does, however, also intend to resume performing stand-up comedy in front of live audiences.

    According to a "well-known celebrity crisis communications consultant" who desired to stay anonymous, Cosby's relaunched career won't be welcomed by those who have followed his case.

    This may be the best course of action among the few available options for someone whose reputation has been severely damaged, the doctor stated.

    "This strategy could perhaps salvage something positive for his legacy if he follows through on highlighting and possibly funding the successful appeals of others alleging excessive prosecutorial misconduct."But, with so many accusations and such damning testimony against him, it will not rehabilitate his image."