Bill Cosby is getting dropped like a hot potato left and right based on sexual allegations from his past. It seems that no one wants to be associated with an alleged sexual predator who is accused of drugging and sexually assaulting over 40 women.
Cosby has maintained his innocence yet three more women have come out the wood -works with the same accusation.
It seems perplexing that after all these years, all these women came out with the same story at the same time yet decades went by without so much as a peep.
Cosby is set to take the witness stand from an alleged assault from 40 years ago where a young lady who was underaged states that he took advantage of her. Ear Hustle 411 will keep you posted.
Check out what was reported from Atlanta black star:
It comes down to Tuesday’s vote on whether Temple University’s board of trustees will replace Bill Cosby with NBC correspondent Tamron Hall.
According to board chairman Patrick O’Conner, the class of ’92 grad will likely secure the position.
“We went up [to New York] and had lunch with her. She blew my socks off,” said O’Conner.
After admitting to extramarital affairs and being accused of drugging and sexually assaulting a number of women, Cosby resigned from the board in December of last year.
This will be a pleasant change of pace for Hall, who currently has her own one-hour segment on Todaycalled TODAY’S Take. She is very outspoken against domestic violence which ties in well with the board’s objectives. Temple reportedly needed more women on its board, and Hall’s addition would bring the total to four.
Though she hasn’t officially been named a board member, her cover feature on the current issue of Temple Magazine certainly shows a lot of support for the alumna.
“I’m the girl who came to Temple never having seen Philadelphia,” Hall said. “This city gave me my soul. This university gave me my confidence.”
The confident feeling is mutual, according to Chief U.S. Circuit Judge Theodore A. McKee, a Temple board member.
“It’s wonderful that we were able to find someone of such national stature and prominence and intellect to serve on the board,” he said. McKee accompanied O’Connor to New York to meet Hall. “It’s also positive that she will help us to do more to increase gender diversity on the board.”
A native Texan, Hall chose Temple after she saw one of its sports teams on television and decided to visit, O’Connor said. She earned her bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism. Hall recently visited the university with her niece who has shown an interest in attending.
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