Bill Cosby ends quiet in the wake of being summoned on rape charge from 2004

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Los Angeles, January 1 (CINEWS): Bill Cosby has something to say. The humorist, who has been the focal point of features lately subsequent to being blamed for sexually attacking various ladies consistently, enjoyed to Twitter to reprieve his hush after yesterday’s court procedures. Keeping it short and to the point, Cosby composed, “Companions and fans, Much obliged.”

His tweet comes a day in the wake of being summoned in Pennsylvania’s Montgomery Province Region Court on rape charges originating from 2004.

Judge Elizabeth McHugh read the charges against the 78-year-old and, per CNBC, and set his safeguard at $1 million. Per CNN, Cosby gave over his visa and did not enter a supplication. He will stay free on safeguard pending trial. A preparatory listening to was set for Jan. 14 at 9:30 a.m. On the off chance that indicted on the lawful offense second degree charge of disturbed profane ambush, Cosby confronts five to 10 years in a correctional facility and a $25,000 fine.

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Lawyers for Bill Cosby issued an announcement taking after Wednesday’s arraignment. It read: “The charge by the Montgomery Province Head prosecutor’s office shocked no one, documented 12 years after the asserted episode and going ahead the heels of a fervently decision for this present area’s DA amid which this case was made the point of convergence. Don’t imagine it any other way, we mean to mount a fiery guard against this unjustified charge and we expect that Mr. Cosby will be excused by a court of law.”

A capture warrant for the entertainer was issued over a case that discovered he sedated and sexually damaged a previous Sanctuary College worker, Andrea Constand, at his Philadelphia home over 10 years prior. In spite of the fact that a judge initially rejected the case in 2005, the charges recorded Wednesday were the aftereffect of new confirmation that approached in July.

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Constand’s lawyer discharged an announcement Wednesday morning, saying: “for our customer, Andrea Constand we wish to express our thankfulness to the Montgomery Province Head prosecutor’s Office, the Region Criminologists and the Cheltenham Police Office for the thought and politeness they have demonstrated Andrea amid this troublesome time. We have the most extreme trust in Mr. Steele, Ms. Feden and their group, who have inspired us with their polished skill. In this matter is currently being sought after in the criminal equity framework, we won’t remark further.”

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