A chaotic as the Cosby saga has become – one thing can be confirmed and that is his supposed insatiable appetite for sex. The women are literally coming out in droves to present their sordid stories of sexual misconduct at the hands of the actor/comedian.
Actress Michelle Hurd, who is best known for her work on “Law and Order” Special Victims Unit,” recently used her Facebook check to describe her harrowing ordeal. Apparently while working on “Cosby Show”, she initially had a respectful relationship with Cosby until things got awkward during “weird acting exercises” in his dressing room, when he began to “move his hands up and down my body”.
Hurd says she was instructed to keep her disturbing experience to herself because as Cosby explained, “others would be jealous”. But it looks like the actress doesn’t feel the need to continue her silence especially since it has become clear that she is not the only woman Cosby has allegedly taken advantage of.
As the tales of doom multiply, another person is speaking up about the role he played in this never-ending scandal. Frank Scotti, a former employee at NBC told the New York Daily News that he was ordered by Cosby to guard his dressing room door during his trysts with the models he brought back with him. He attested that some of them were as young as 16, and that the comedian claimed he was interviewing the girls for the show.
Via the NY Daily News:
Scotti, who lives in Lakewood, N.J., saved copies of money orders from the era detailing his payouts to four of the Cosby women.
He recalled Cosby presenting him with “a satchel of money, all $100 bills,” and pressing Scotti to distribute the payments using money orders in his own name.
“I did a lot of crazy things for him,” recalled Scotti. “He was covering himself by having my name on it. It was a coverup. I realized it later.”
He goes on to allege that he was ordered to pay the women with money orders using the bulks of cash provided by Cosby. He admits that the years he spent facilitating the sleazy operation forced him to opt out of his position with the network.
Meanwhile, Cosby continued his tour by hitting a Florida college campus on Friday, where he downplayed the accusations that have been pummeling him for weeks. He offered up advice to those who are entertaining the madness – “people should fact check”.