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'No Means No!' Cosby Show Costar Keshia Knight Pulliam Finally Addresses Rape Claims

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Keshia Knight Pulliam, who starred alongside Bill Cosby in The Cosby Show, has finally commented on the rape allegations against the TV dad. The 36-year-old went on a rant about her former costar during an interview with Amber Rose, and has all the details.

The bombshell conversation began while Pulliam was discussing Rose's infamous "Slut Walk" on Kandidly Keshia.

"I get very frustrated when I see guys call girls hoes or you know when people like just stick up for Bill Cosby…" Rose, 32, said.

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Pulliam, who played Rudy Huxtable in the famed sitcom, interrupted the model and gave her opinion on the disturbing rape accusations for the first time since the claims resurfaced last year.

"I feel you, and everyone's entitled to their opinion, but we still live in a country where you're innocent till proven guilty," Pulliam insisted. "And I understand everything that has happened, and me being a feminist and believing women — no means no and I get that — but, just so you know, I worked with him for a really long time."

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"I love him dearly still and that isn't the man that I know," she said.

While Rose was clearly taken a back by the sudden outburst, she amicably told Pulliam that she does "get it" and blamed the issue on the "celebrity, and classism and double standards."

As previously reported, over 50 women have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault.

The 78-year-old is currently in court over his alleged attack on then-Temple University basketball player Andrea Constrand in 2004. Cases with accusers Janice Dickinson and Judy Huth are still ongoing. He vehemently denies all claims.



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