- A Californian law firm, who represented American comedian Bill Cosby in his first sexual assault trial, said he is still owing them
- The law firm revealed that Cosby is owing over $2.75 million in legal fees
- The Californian firm said that 10 percent interest has been to the money
American comedian Bill Cosby is embroiled in a huge debt of over $2.75 million in legal fees, MSN reports.
The law firm identified as Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan revealed that the comedian is still owing them despite being ordered by a judge to pay up.
Cosby who is serving three to 10 years prison time for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman called Andrea Constand in 2004, employed the services of the law firm in 2017 when his trial first started in 2017.
The Californi law firm noted that 10 percent interest has now been added to the money owed by the comic.
Meanwhile, in April, while almost 1000 prisoners were allowed access to early release because of the coronavirus pandemic, the celebrity was denied despite having underlying health issues.
According to the judge, Cosby's offense as a sex offender would hinder his access to home confinement or early release.
In another story, the lady who accused singer Dbanj of sexual assault revealed herself and gave more details.
The lady identified as Aunty Seyitan on Twitter penned a lengthy narration about her harrowing experience at the hands of the singer. She also shared screenshots and a website link as evidence to support her claim.
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