Bill Cosby’s Lawyer Breaks Silence After Convicted Comedian Fires Him

Jun. 20 2018, Updated 9:30 p.m. ET

Link to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to Email can exclusively reveal Bill Cosby’s former high-powered Hollywood lawyer is finally ready to break his silence for the first time since he was hired and then fired from the fallen comedian’s legal team.

Tom Mesereau, the attorney who notoriously won an acquittal for Michael Jackson during his 2005 child-molestation trial, will be answering questions regarding the conviction of his most recent infamous defendant, Cosby.

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“I appreciate that Tom has chosen my new show to speak out about Cosby,” famed Los Angeles-based private eye Scott Ross told Radar.

Known for his work with Chris Brown, Michael Jackson, Sylvester Stallone and Robert Blake, Ross is the host of All Things P.I., which debuts June 21 at 9:00 a.m. PST/12:00 p.m. EST on KCAA Radio and online at

The tell-all interview comes just days after Radar exclusively reported Cosby canned his entire legal team amid marital problems with his wife of 54 years, Camille.

“Cosby fired them out of ignorance and anger,” a source close to the former actor had explained, noting Cosby “snapped” and accused his team “of blowing the case by using local jurors, including the neighbor of the court reporter and someone acquainted with the judge,” among other grievances.

On April 26, Cosby, 80, was found guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent sexual assault against Andrea Constand.

He now faces up to thirty years in prison, but remains on house arrest until his sentencing in September.

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