From Tom’s Blog
Model-actress Angela Leslie is the eighth woman to come forward accusing Cosby of sexual harassment or worse. She tells the New York Daily News he plied her with alcohol, may have tried to drug her and forced her to fondle him in the freaky scene in a luxury suite in 1992.
These days, Kristina Ruehli is a 71-year-old New Hampshire woman who spends her leisure time skiing and being a grandmother to eight. But back in 1965, she was a 22-year-old woman trying to make ends meet in California, working as a secretary at a talent agency in Beverly Hills. And that is where she met Bill Cosby.
Cosby Complaint–“Law & Order” Actress Writes: “I was instructed to NEVER tell anyone what we did together”
From Roger Friedman’s Showbiz411.com:
Michelle Hurd is a terrific actress who’s appeared as a series regular on “Law & Order SVU,” “90210,” “Gossip Girl,” among other shows. She posted this on Facebook last night. I hesitated to re-post it without her permission, but the story has traveled now. It’s brave of her, like all the other women, to tell the story at all.
NBC pulls the plug, Netflix backs away.
Is KCAL trying to shore up their minority employment numbers? Why else would this person be on the air in a major TV market? Looks like fun tuning in on Sunday nights at 10:30 to see how many mistakes she’ll make!
HAVE YOU CUT THE CORD YET? Cord cutting accelerates as 150,000 cancel cable and satellite TV service
Cord cutting is accelerating as more people in the U.S. turn to Internet services such as Netflix, Hulu and YouTube to watch their favorite programs.
About 150,000 pay-TV customers canceled video service in the three months that ended June 30, according to estimates.