Today, a topless female protestor charged at Bill Cosby as the disgraced comic was heading into court regarding his 2004 Andrea Constandt case. In a report from NBC News, the woman had her chest exposed with names of Cosby’s victims written all over her body.
The woman chanted, “women’s lives matter” until the police had to detain and take her down. Bill stood away from the woman with his legal team and bodyguards while the security took the protestor into custody.
After they successfully deterred her, Cosby and the rest of his team walked into the courthouse. According to Fox News, the woman’s name is Nicolle Rochelle and she was charged with disorderly conduct.
Coincidentally, the woman has an IMDB page which listed The Cosby Show as one of her credits. As you may know, Cosby has been accused by over sixty women of sexual misconduct ranging from harassment all the way to rape.
Out of all the cases, Cosby is only facing a trial for one of them, the 2004 case of Andrea Constandt, who previously took Cosby to trial over ten years ago.
Cosby has pleaded not guilty to three counts of aggravated indecent assault and has vehemently opposed the allegations in public and in the media.
Cosby has since refused to give interviews and has only made one comedic performance. The actor/comedian performed in Philadelphia in a small nightclub, a show that was captured on fans’ phones and posted on social media.
The allegations against Bill are just one of many in the entertainment industry in the last three years. However, the Cosby case came two years before the #MeToo movement shook Hollywood.