Ex-NBC employee claims he helped Bill Cosby pay off women

11.23.14 4 years ago

Ex-NBC employee claims he helped pay off Bill Cosby pay off women
Veteran NBC employee Frank Scotti says he served as Cosby”s “fixer,” inviting women to Cosby”s dressing room while he stood guard. “He had everybody fooled,” Scotti, 90, tells the NY Daily News. “Nobody suspected.” PLUS: Letterman staffers recall Cosby”s bizarre requests, a “Cosby Show” stand-in has come forward alleging harassment, Lisa Bonet did not send a tweet about Cosby, The Washington Post investigated Cosby allegations with a 13-reporter team, and “SNL”s” Michael Che said on Weekend Update: “I know it's not the same thing but, I forgave Kramer.”

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