Bill Cosby to be charged in 2004 sexual assault case

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It is time to play the violins! Everyone’s favorite TV dad, Bill Cosby, is being charged in a 2004 alleged sexual assault case, according to Associated Press sources.  Montgomery County prosecutors, however, have not officially made the announcement yet.

This will be the first criminal charge brought against Cosby since a huge sex scandal came to light.

Dozens of women have come forward accusing “Dr. Heathcliffe Huxtable” of drugging and sexually violating them in the past few decades, including former supermodel Janice Dickinson and a former Temple University employee, the person who filed the criminal complaint.

Supermodel Beverly Johnson said that she, too, was drugged by Cosby, but he threw her out of his house when she told him she was aware that he slipped something in her drink.  Johnson was not sexually assaulted.