When Bill Cosby was accused of drugging and raping a woman in 1974, many assumed he would be a model of rehabilitation.
His reputation as a public speaker, comedian and entertainer, however, was not as rosy.
The charges against him were so serious, in fact, that the former comedian was forced to spend years in prison, where he remains today.
But now, Cosby is back to his best self, and the woman who made him famous is taking a much different approach to the accusations.
The mother of one of Cosby’s accusers is launching a campaign to push the media to cover her story.
The mother, who is not identified by name in the article, said that while she was initially “grateful” to have her daughter on her show, it became clear that Cosby was not her baby and that she did not want her child’s story to be told.
“It was a very painful experience,” she told The American Press.
“He is the most famous and revered person in America.
If it was going to happen to him, it would happen to me.
We’ve had to do this for over 20 years, and it still hurts.
It hurts every day.
My son [has] grown up to be a lawyer and a doctor, and we’ve tried to do the best we can, but this is not just about Bill.
This is about my daughter.
We’re not doing anything wrong, and if there is anything wrong with it, we don’t want to hurt him.
We just want to get his story out there.”
It’s going to be very hard for them to take this,” she added.
The campaign is called “Bill Cosby, The Mother,” and the mother says that she is willing to donate any amount to the legal fees for the Cosby accusers.
The mother said that she was also given Cosby’s phone number by a woman who said that Cosby called her at his house and said that the accuser would like to meet with Cosby and his family.
As far as the media, the mother said she was not aware of any news outlets covering the Cosby story.
She said that her daughter, who was born in 1971, is a lawyer who is “not going to let this go.””
She is an innocent person and we don, as a family, want to make sure that this is done correctly.”