Bill Cosby Statue Removed From Disney World

Jul 8, 2015 at 11:20 am |
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(Photo by Jonathan Leibson/Getty Images)

(Photo by Jonathan Leibson/Getty Images)

The fallout from Bill Cosby’s ongoing battle involving his sexual assault allegations has reached through the gates and into the Happiest Place on Earth — Disney World. A bronze bust of the comedian located in Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park was removed from the park Tuesday night after it was closed, NBC News reports.


The removal of the statue comes after Cosby has been accused of sexual assault by over a dozen women (unofficially by 45 women.) Although the 77-year-old comedian has repeatedly denied the allegations, and has successfully gotten several cases thrown out court, a recent release of documents from a 2005 deposition revealed that Cosby actually admitted to obtaining Quaaludes, an extremely powerful sedative, for the use of lowering the defenses of women who he wanted to have sex with.

Bounce TV also announced on Monday that it would no longer air reruns of The Cosby Show, as many business continue to eradicate any connection they have with the star’s image.

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