UPDATED: Watch Live Press Conference – Bill Cosby To Be Charged In 2004 Sex Assault Case – Reports

 
 

Reports are flooding in stating Bill Cosby will face criminal charges in a 2004 case.

Bill Cosby will face criminal charges in a 2004 sexual assault case, multiple sources are stating. 

"Authorities in suburban Philadelphia are expected to charge comic legend Bill Cosby for an alleged incident against a former Temple University employee in his home in 2004.," NBC News Philadelphia reports.

UPDATE I: 10:05 AM EST –
Via the AP:

It's the first criminal case against Cosby over his conduct with women, which has received new scrutiny in the past year. The 78-year-old comedian previously said under oath that he had consensual sexual contact with the woman.

A former Temple University employee told police the comedian drugged and violated her at his home near Philadelphia in 2004.

A previous district attorney declined to charge Cosby in 2005.

UPDATE II: 11:05 AM EST –

Prosecutor: Bill Cosby 'Committed Aggravated Indecent Assault' In 2004 Case (Video)

 

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