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August 14, 2015

Bill Cosby Victims Come Forward but Prince Harming Continues Denials


What do ugly sweaters, pudding pops, Kodak film and Quaaludes have in common?  You guessed it, they are all things that former Ghost Dad star Bill Cosby has tried to force on the unsuspecting public.  Unless you have been in a coma since the 80’s the last item on that list is not a surprise.  If you did just wake up from a coma then just go back to sleep, trust us, you'll be much happier if you did.

The comedian has now been accused by nearly 50 women of drugging them with Quaaludes for the purpose of having sex with them while they were unconscious.  While Bill Cosby is a disgusting and horrible human being who should, but sadly won't go to prison for his crimes, he is not a completely classless rapist.  As Colleen Hughes found out when she was sexually assaulted by Cosby in the early 1970s.  

In a recent disclosure, Hughes revealed that during her encounter with Cosby, he was sipping champagne out of her Gucci shoe, saying, "A princess should always drink champagne out of a glass slipper." She then drank the champagne and says the only thing she remembers was waking up after 5 that afternoon, clothes scattered everywhere and with "semen on the small of my back and all over me.”  By this point in his career as a serial rapist, the Cos was getting a little bored with the standard drugging a woman with a normal glass and thought, “why not only ruin this woman’s life when I could also ruin any chance she has of ever enjoying Cinderella again.”  Prince Harming continues to deny all claims against him.   


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