December 4th, 2014 09:25 EST
Women's Rights Icon Gloria Allred Takes on Fallen Icon Bill Cosby
"Gloria Allred holds press conference with three Bill Cosby accusers, asks comedian to face alleged victims in court
Two alleged victims of the comedian came forward for the first time Wednesday, and shared their stories of being allegedly victimized by Cosby. Allred called for the TV star to either waive the statute of limitations and agree to one combined federal lawsuit from all of his accusers, or pay $100 million into a fund for his alleged victims. "
New York Daily News
Bill Cosby, at one time a revered icon commonly described as "America`s TV dad", has been exposed as an alleged serial rapist who assaulted and terrorized women throughout his adult life. In short Cosby is a perverted monster!
Who can possibly take on such a formidable foe in the legal arena? Civil rights attorney Gloria Allred has stepped into the breach, fighting the good fight on the behalf of Cosby`s legions of victims.
Allred has been accused of loving the limelight (indeed she does), but she loves fighting for justice with equal passion. Allred is tenacious and she won`t give up until she`s gained some measure of justice for her clients.
Gloria Allred held a news conference with three Bill Cosby accusers, two of which came forward for the first time. One of the victims claimed Cosby assaulted her when she was a minor, that`s now two women who insist Cosby assaulted them when they were underage.
Allred is calling on the disgraced comic to either waive the statute of limitations and agree to one combined federal lawsuit from all of his accusers, or pay $100 million into a fund for his alleged victims.
This is the perfect solution, $100 million won`t bankrupt Cosby, he has a fortune estimated at $1 billion.
This is the perfect venue and the perfect opportunity for Cosby to prove his innocence; he should let his victims/accusers have their day in court.
Bill Cosby has finally met his match, Allred, 73, may be fighting the final women`s rights battle of her controversial but distinguished career, and she will settle for nothing less than justice.