Dozens of college-age men dead from ‘accidental’ drownings—but a team of retired detectives say the boys were drugged and killed by a shadowy gang with a sinister symbol.
Nicki Egan is an award-winning journalist and former People magazine senior writer who was the first reporter to dig into the Bill Cosby drugging and sexual assault allegations in 2005 when other reporters shied away. She has brought in exclusives on some of the nation’s biggest crime, medical and human-interest stories and has a 28-year plus record of going up against some of the nation’s most powerful people to expose wrongdoing. She also has a master’s degree in criminal justice from Temple University and is the author of the forthcoming book CHASING COSBY (Hachette/Seal Press, April 2019).
‘You stole my body and my belief that good things could happen,’ said Therese Serignese.
The 81-year-old comedian was handcuffed and immediately ordered to go behind bars by a judge who declared, ‘It is time for justice. The time has come.’
As a judge determines the fate of one of America’s most notorious sexual predators, his victim tells the world what he took from her.
The disgraced comedian will learn his fate Tuesday.
Before the tabloid caught and killed the story of Donald Trump’s alleged mistress, it did a favor for Bill Cosby—right when women were starting to speak out.
One of the five women to join Andrea Constand and testify against the comedian found guilty of rape speaks.
Cosby, 80, faces 30 years in prison after he was convicted on all counts of drugging and assaulting Andrea Constand—one of more than 60 women who say he raped them.
In a tense finish to the trial, a lawyer from the DA’s office called out the comedian for laughing and accused his attorney of blaming rape victims. Now it’s in the jury’s hands.
The defense’s closing argument was a scorched-earth campaign against women who testified the comedian drugged and raped them, as well as the entire women’s harassment movement.