Looks like professional troll Milo Yiannopoulos has gone too far, even for the Conservative Political Action Conference.
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There have been a lot of she-said-he-said accusations in the case of Bill Cosby.
It's not going away anytime soon, however one of the comedian's peers, Roseanne Barr, thinks it can all go away if he just comes out and apologizes for it all.
During a one-on-one interview with Access Hollywood, the actress revealed she wasn't too surprised about all of the allegations against Bill.
"Now I'm really [going to get] in trouble—but, you know, like every woman in Hollywood—there's hardly any hairdressers or waitresses or working women who don't know somebody. We've all heard it for a long time, and it surprises nobody. I have hopes that he would just make it clean and make it right.
Maybe it's not the end of it. I have hopes for this great comic. I do. I have hopes that he would just make it clean, and make it, you know, make it right, and I do think he could do that."
There are always going to be rumors, but when so many start to come out with relatively the same story, that definitely means something is up.
The 62-year-old comedienne then went on to say it wouldn't be too bad to come out and admit it.
"I mean, there's none of us alive who can't go, 'I made a mistake. I had a really bad problem and I'm fessing up to it. And here's a scholarship.' You know, there's a million ways around it to go. But there's nothing more powerful than, 'I am sorry.'"
At this point, if it is all true, there's not really anything Bill can do for these women besides saying he's sorry.
We have to agree with Roseanne that those three words would at least be a start.
See what else Roseanne had to say about her peer (below).
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