At least one woman is sticking by Bill Cosby's side amid his sexual assault trial.
As the tainted comedy legend broke his silence on Wednesday to reveal he is now completely blind, his youngest daughter Evin penned an emotional essay defending the controversial entertainer.
In an essay published on the NNPA Newswire, the 40-year-old fashion designer said her father "loves and respects women" and is "not abusive, violent, or a rapist."
This defense comes weeks ahead of the 79-year-old's trial on June 5, where he faces three counts of aggravated indecent assault for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting Andra Constand in 2004.
Cosby pleaded not guilty to the charges and has denied similar claims from over 50 women.
But according to his daughter, the famed TV dad just hasn't been able to tell his side of the story, because "the media is only interested in the stories of the women." She explained in her essay: