Begging To Be Caught? Bill Cosby Hints He Was ‘Crying Out For Somebody To Stop Him’ In Chilling Audio Amid Rape Claims

Feb. 1 2016, Updated 4:38 p.m. ET

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The claims of sexual assault being made against Bill Cosby span across different decades, different states, and involve multiple different women. And as the chorus of accusations continues to grow, RadarOnline.com can reveal chilling audio of Cosby discussing how someone in a similar situation might be “crying out for somebody to stop them.”

As Radar has reported, the bombshell interview with the controversial comedian was recorded in 2005 by Barry Levine at The National Enquirer, and provided to Radar. Recorded amid Tamara Green’s claims that Cosby drugged and groped her in the 1970s, the chat reveals Cosby’s true feelings on the scandal, even as he now remains silent.

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Asked about the scandal, Cosby said at the time, “Nobody ever wishes for that. But there could be, I guess, what psychiatrists … The person really and truly was wishing for something like that.”

“You hear many times that someone has done something and they’re crying out for somebody to stop them from whatever it is they’re doing wrong,” he continued.

“I’m not saying what I did was wrong,” Cosby insisted. “I’m saying that there are behavioral hints that the psychiatrists, that behavioral scientists will say …”

As Radar reported, Cosby slammed the sex assault allegations as “unfair” in the same audio.

“I guess that a celebrity trying to protect him or herself is not supposed to use every ounce of protection?” he said. “But this is all about celebrity, period!”

“Which means that the celebrity, period, should know better,” he said. “It was a fair warning to the celebrity. Fair warning.”

In 2005, Green accused Cosby of drugging and groping her back in 1970. She recently publicized her claims again.

“He is in fact a sexual predator,” she told People magazine this week. “I don’t dispute the fact the man has done much good, but he is a flawed man.”

She’s been joined by similar accusations from Joan Tarshis, Janice Dickinson, Barbara Bowman, and many more.

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