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Sick! Bill Cosby Caught On Tape Ranting About 'Rape' & 'Molestation' –– Listen To Shocking Audio

Feb. 1 2016, Updated 4:36 p.m. ET

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He's been accused of dozens of sexual assaults, but Bill Cosby once had no problem casually discussing rape in public.

The disgraced comedian, 77, also blabbed about "sexual trauma" and "molestation"— and it was all caught on tape!

Cosby ranted and raved during an April 2011 interview for Bullies & Friends, a proposed documentary about bullying, filmmaker Cassidy McMillan tells RadarOnline.com.

"It was supposed to be an innocuous interview," McMillan says. "Instead, it turned into something else with Mr. Cosby offering varied statements and stories about rape."

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While randomly discussing the assault of an 11-year-old Texas girl by a group of men, Cosby called the incident "an act of violent, physical, trauma, sexual abuse, molestation…at a level of, I don't even want to berate animals. Animals are not taught better."

"We're talking about human beings who enjoy doing this!"

He also claimed to know a "young lady" who was raped.

"Her father blamed her for it," he recalled in horror.

He also called the "rape thing" both "annoying" and "sickening."

"I'm bringing my interview forward," Cassidy adds. "I feel that I have an ethical obligation to do so."

After comedian Hannibal Burress mentioned long ago allegations of Cosby's sexual assault in October 2014, dozens of women, including former top models Beverly Johnson and Janice Dickinson, have come forward to accuse the aging actor of rape.

The alleged incidents spanned over 40 years, from 1965 to 2008.

His lawyers have repeatedly denied the allegations.

Watch the shocking video above.

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