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Jay Leno On Bill Cosby Sex Scandal: 'I Don't Know Why It's So Hard To Believe Women'

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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler may have joked about Bill Cosby's sexual assault allegations during the Golden Globes, but they're no laughing matter to Jay Leno.

[ Related: Bill Cosby Is Asked To Show Proof Of Innocence ]

The former late night king just spoke out on Bill Cosby's current situation, and you may be surprised at his stance.

Here's what Jay had to say at a media conference in response to an astounding level of disbelief some harbor in taking the alleged victims' claims seriously:

"I don't know why it's so hard to believe women. You to go Saudi Arabia and you need two women to testify against a man. Here you need 25."

Well said, Jay!

To date, more than 25 women have come forward alleging misconduct on Cosby's part, with some incidents dating back to the 1970s. The 77-year-old comedian has vehemently denied the claims.

We think all forms of victim-shaming — and blaming — should come to an end.

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6 comments to “Jay Leno On Bill Cosby Sex Scandal: 'I Don't Know Why It's So Hard To Believe Women'”



  1. 1

    Thank you Jay.

  2. Mitanni says – reply to this


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    I second that thank you and am wondering why more husbands, fathers, brothers, sons, grandfathers and all men are not stepping up…so now the guy code extends to drugging, confining and raping women…the problem is so widespread the silence of men on this issue is deafening…

  3. trenchdiver says – reply to this


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    If anybody knows that's jay.

  4. Lanie says – reply to this


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    Thank you Jay. Sad to see isn't it? We make fun of countries like Saudi Arabia and their treatment of women, but when women come forward about rape allegations many people question their stories.



  5. 5

    i agree victim shaming should end. but first let's find out who the real victim is. just because there is accusations, does not make it true

  6. Gillian says – reply to this


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    Re: BeautifulKiller – I agree. What happened to "innocent until PROVEN guilty." We're turning into a society that thinks "guilty until proven innocent" which is dangerous. (Remember the Salem Witch Trials?) In the end, the facts will reveal the truth.