"Ellen DeGeneres. The infamous Queen of Nice. And a really great observational, relatable comedian turned out to be not so nice, but rather cruel, manipulative, and just downright mean. Such a huge disappointment."
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The verdict comes after the disgraced comedian was released from prison and his criminal rape conviction was thrown out.
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Cosby was released last June after Pennsylvania's Supreme Court overturned his rape conviction, ruling that his constitutional rights had been violated during the prosecution.
We Need to Talk About Cosby grapples thoughtfully with his fractured legacy.
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"Yes he is an old ass guilty man!"
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"Patriarchy is thriving."
The university, which recently appointed Rashad as a dean, said her tweet "lacked sensitivity" but that "personal positions of University leadership do not reflect Howard University's policies."
"I fully support survivors of sexual assault coming forward."
The decision to toss out the conviction goes back to a 2005 press release in which the district attorney pledged not to file charges.
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The justices determined the actor should not have been charged based on an earlier agreement with the top prosecutor.
Murphy returned to the show for the first time in 35 years and pointed out that a lot has changed.
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The comedian pointed out on BuzzFeed News' Profile that very powerful people accused of sexual misconduct — like President Donald Trump — still have large support from women.
"They want their day in court. They have waited long enough."
Cosby was sentenced Tuesday to 3–10 years in prison for raping a woman in 2004.
"I'm not saying Mr. Cosby is Jesus, but we know what this country has done to black men for centuries."
The 81-year-old comedian was handcuffed and led outside the courtroom as multiple women who have accused him of sexual assault looked on.
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Cosby faces the possibility of spending the rest of his life behind bars if he is given the maximum sentence of 30 years.
The comedian, who is currently awaiting sentencing for rape, also argued in court documents that it would interfere with his relationship with his family.
A judge is being asked to make a decision before the 81-year-old comedian is sentenced for raping a woman at his home in 2004.
"We will hold people accountable. We will teach consent. This is just getting started," Andrea Constand said.