Cindy Crawford, what have you done???
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It's always hard to deal with a celebrity scandal.
Not only do we feel betrayed by the beloved artists for their gross actions, we also feel conflicted for enjoying their art we once loved!
In the clip, Gotham star Robin Lord Taylor traverses through an obstacle course filled with celebs like Mel Gibson, Shia LaBeouf, and Bill Cosby — and tries to literally pry their works of art from their scandal-ridden hands!
Ch-ch-check out the crazy clip (below) to see if you can watch Hacksaw Ridge without feeling weird about it!
And the courtroom drama continues for Bill Cosby…
This time the TV legend's lawyer Brian McMonagle got into a screaming match with the Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele over the privacy of Cosby's alleged victims. Intense stuff.
However, prior to the face off before the judge, it said the A-lister was pretty jovial as he entered the Pennsylvania courtroom on Tuesday. Reportedly, the 70-year-old was all smiles as he walked in with his legal team and even joked with the security guards. He quipped:
The heat is getting a little too real for Bill Cosby, it would seem.
According to sources close to the comedian, he is looking for a plea deal from prosecutors that will, he hopes, help him avoid prison time over his alleged sex crimes.
Cosby, you'll remember, has been charged with three counts of felony aggravated indecent assault for a 2004 incident involving a former college student in Philadelphia.
He has also been accused of drugging and raping more than 50 other women, including some who have made extremely public pronouncements against him.
Regarding the plea deal, the source revealed some pretty damning information:
Welcome to Donald Trump's America.
Like most channels airing reruns of The Cosby Show, Bounce TV removed the popular '80s sitcom from its lineup last year following a wave of sexual assault allegations against its lead star Bill Cosby.
But as it turns out, the country really isn't bothered by an alleged sexual assaulter in the White House — so, why should we care if one is on TV??
Well, Bounce TV is giving the people what they want, announcing over the weekend it would once again air reruns of the beloved (though forever tainted) sitcom at the end of 2016!
The Atlanta-based network made the announcement on Twitter, sharing:
As you know, Bill Cosby faces three charges of felony indecent assault and 10 years in prison stemming from an alleged 2004 incident involving Andrea Constand, who claims the Cosby Show star drugged and violated her.
In a new motion filed in Pennsylvania court on Thursday, the attorneys for the 79-year-old argued the actor's visual impairment will make him unable to defend himself at his criminal trial.
In a footnote of the motion, the defamed actor's reps claim Cosby has registered with a state commission as "legally blind," which means he has a vision of 20/200 or less in the better eye, according to the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind.
This, they say, will make it impossible for Bill to identify his many accusers in court.
He will supposedly provide a doctor's report to the court at the pretrial, which is set to begin November 1.
According to CNN, Cosby's lawyer stated:
This is a big step in the right direction!
On Wednesday, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill — called SB813 — that will end the 10-year statute of limitations for prosecuting certain rape and child molestation cases.
The measure was inspired by Bill Cosby's alleged attacks, many of which came to light decades after. Unfortunately, this new piece of legislation will not help many of these women who are accusing the comedian of rape.
The actor is currently facing a criminal case in Pennsylvania, as well as a civil suit in California from a woman who claims he molested her at the Playboy Mansion in 1974 when she was only 15-years-old.
According to Senator Connie Leyva: