One of the commonalities that’s risen out of sexual abuse allegations by Andrea Constand, Barbara Bowman, Tamara Green and now Joan Tarshis against Bill Cosby is that the comedian and actor was able to sexually assault them because, they say, he drugged them first.
In light of such information, a recently resurfaced bit about drugging women with Spanish fly from his 1969 album It’s True! It’s True! is not doing Cosby any favours. Tarshis alleged that Cosby drugged and raped her the same year.
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