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Bill Cosby Speaks Out For The First Time Since 25 New Sexual Assault Allegations Were Brought Against Him

In fuchsia pajamas and without any mention of said sexual assault allegations.

Posted on March 9, 2015, at 11:25 a.m. ET

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In the past four months, two dozen women have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault. The 77-year-old comedian has remained quiet, with the exception of a few comedy shows, until today, when he released a video that premiered on Good Morning America exclusively.

In the 10-second video, Cosby is sitting in a chair in fuchsia pajamas talking on the phone about his upcoming comedy show in Wheeling, West Virginia, which is scheduled for Saturday, March 14.

"You know I'll be hilarious. Can't wait," Cosby says to someone (or perhaps no one) on the other end of the line. He also released a written message with the video: "Hey, hey, hey, I'm far from finished."

Cosby did not, however, mention any of the allegations that have been brought against him.

Watch the whole video here:

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A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.

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