Cosby Disputes Claim Of “Outrageous” Anti-Sex Assault Tour, He & Team Slam Reports
Bill Cosby has one major announcement for the public and media: He will NOT be speaking about sexual assault on his upcoming town hall meetings tour.
His spokespersons, Andrew Wyatt and Ebonee Benson, recently made the announcement that he will be holding town hall meetings to teach other young men how not to put themselves in a situation where a woman can falsely claim sexual assault. This announcement came days after a jury was declared deadlocked in Cosby’s sexual assault trial, in which former Temple University employee, Andrea Constand, claimed he sexually molested her in 2004 when she went to his home for dinner.
Apparently, there was some sort of mixup between Cosby and his team, because days after his spokespeople went on CNN to discuss how his upcoming town hall meetings will include his discussions about anti-sexual assault, Cosby took to Twitter to dispute it. Here’s what someone from his camp has now posted on his Twitter page:
Here is what his spokespeople stated prior to Cosby’s dispute:
This is what his spokespersons are now saying…
Via CNN: “This is not a sexual assault tour as many media have sensationalized it. It is an educational tour on what people should be cognizant of in regard to sexual abuse allegations and the dangers,” Andrew Wyatt told CNN.
What His Attorney Is Saying
One of Cosby’s attorneys, Angela Argusa, echoes Cosby’s and his spokespersons’ current sentiments…
Via CNN: “I think there’s been a lot of misinformation about the concept of a town hall,” said Angela Agrusa, Cosby’s attorney. “Mr. Cosby will not be speaking about sexual assault. He never intended to speak about sexual assault.”
And there ya’ have it folks…there will be NO anti-sex assault touring on Cosby’s end, it was blown outta proportion by the media…according to Cosby.
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