He said, "Could be, could be". Could be. Um, I can't say anything, but there are certain things that I look at, and I apply to the situation, and...there are so many tentacles.
"Nefarious is a great word", Cosby said in one of the interview clips released Monday. "I just truly believe that some of it may very well be that".
In an interview airing Tuesday on journalist Michael Smerconish's radio program on the SiriusXM POTUS channel, the iconic actor and comedian revealed he won't testify in his upcoming criminal trial stemming from allegations that he drugged and assaulted then-Temple University employee Andrea Constand in 2004. He claims that racism might have been a contributing factor that led to dozens of women accusing him of sexual assault. "I think that the numbers came because the numbers prior to the numbers didn't work".
In the same Sirius XM interview, Cosby claimed that alleged victims were "piling on" and that their actions were "certainly an impressive, impressive way to get public opinion to come to the other side".
Disgraced US megastar Bill Cosby says he does not expect to testify when he goes on trial for sexual assault next month, breaking his silence in a rare interview broadcast Tuesday. "I just think now in this time we are looking at law and not things with - I mean proof has to be brought to the front".
Cosby is scheduled to stand trial next month in Pennsylvania.
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"This is a civil rights/grassroots campaign and that's all that I'm going to say", Wyatt said in an email to USA TODAY. Period. Within the parameters of whatever you guys - I understand you're a lawyer - boy the education I'm getting is absolutely fantastic. Asked to clarify his remark, Cosby said, "Well, things were rescinded, and I'd like to get those things back, because the people who chose to make that decision then saw they'd made a mistake".
More than 50 women have publicly accused him of being a sexual predator over a period of four decades, making remarkably similar allegations that he fed them sedatives and alcohol that made them unable to resist his advances.
Bill Cosby described his health as generally good but said glaucoma has left him legally blind.
Cosby ended the interview with a quote from feminist Gloria Steinem and said he hoped to again experience "the laughter and the enjoyment" of writing and performing on stage. "As opposed to The National Enquirer, which is always very interesting when they write about me".
Smerconish scored the big interview, Cosby's first extended taped remarks since the scandal broke in late 2014, after he was first offered a 1½ -hour recording of Erinn Cosby interviewing her father for a documentary. He also said he believes there are more than two sides to every story.
Andrew Wyatt, a spokesman for Cosby and his legal team, declined to comment on whether Cosby plans to do more interviews as the trial approaches, and whether this is part of a strategy.