“I couldn’t really put the two images together,” the "A Different World" actress told Page Six. “It’s heartbreaking for those of us in the business that admire him, his talent and his mind — and then as a Black person it’s heartbreaking because he meant a lot to the community.”
Cosby had accusations brought against him for years, but it wasn't until he was convicted in 2018 that his accusers got justice. Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in prison but was freed in 2021 on a technicality serving just over two years.
New Jersey lawmakers weigh Atlantic City casino aid bill
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A bill that would give tax relief to Atlantic City's casinos — and possibly prevent the closure of as many as four of them — was being considered Monday in the New Jersey Legislature. The full state Senate passed a bill making changes to an existing law enabling the nine casinos to make payments in lieu of property taxes to Atlantic City, Atlantic County and the school system. The Assembly had not yet acted on the bill Monday night, and it remained unclear when a vote might occur.
"Cosby Show" actress Lili Bernard has since sued Cosby for sexual assault over a 1990 hotel room encounter in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
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Guy went to male friends in an attempt to understand Cosby's actions.
“Just to [try to] understand the mentality, which is still baffling,” she said. “I asked practical questions like, ‘What pleasure do you get out of being with someone who’s kind of out of it?'”
“I don’t expect people to be perfect and I don’t expect human beings not to falter,” Guy added. “I just didn’t understand. I don’t know, there was a meanness behind it that I couldn’t understand.”
Guy said that since "Cosby Show" and her spinoff "A Different World" were filmed on opposite coasts, they only crossed paths a few times.
The Sundance Film Festival is back and online once more .
The lights may be dim at the Eccles Theater and Park City's Main Street will have fewer cinephiles packing the snowy sidewalks when the Sundance Film Festival begins its 44th edition Thursday night. But if 2021 proved anything, it's that the world's premier independent film festival is more than its ski town locale. This year Sundance is back online and armed with nine days of high profile documentaries about everyone from Kanye West and Princess Diana to Lucille Ball and Bill Cosby, buzzy first films from knowns and unknowns, virtual gatherings and filmmaker Q&As.