Bill Cosby’s guilty verdict resulted in nationwide exultation following Bill and Andrea’s day in court. The courtroom erupted in cheers, albeit momentarily, and the accuser, Andrea Constand, was pictured hugging someone close to her in a post uploaded to her Twitter.
Moreover, the reaction from public figures, celebrities, and everyday citizens has been one of glee, for the most part. One of those individuals is Gabrielle Union, who recently spoke on the matter during a public appearance in Vegas.
As you may know, Union revealed she was raped at knife-point a long time ago when she was a young woman. Since then, especially in the wake of the #MeToo movement, Gabrielle has vehemently spoken on sexual assault.
Gabrielle made an appearance at CinemaCon in Las Vegas and warned sexual predators that they would too face a similar fate. Union claimed Bill’s case was just one of many, and society should get ready to witness the fall of many other men accused of such crimes.
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The actress remarked that “justice is coming for” those who are guilty of sexual assault.
Moreover, Union stated that justice is served to whoever needs it no matter the age, race, ethnicity, gender, or sex. Union said that there is no longer such a thing as people being able to run because victims’ memories live on.
As you may know, court and jury convicted Bill Cosby of all three charges of felony aggravated sexual assault. Each charge is worth ten years, however, he can serve them simultaneously.
This means the formerly-legendary comedian will spend the rest of his life behind bars. As it was previously reported, Bill Cosby got up and screamed at the district attorney following his suggestion that bail should be revoked in case Cosby decided to flee the country.