America has turned on Bill Cosby — and all it took was 19 allegations of sexual assault.
According to research conducted by The Marketing Arm — an organization that ranks perceptions of celebrities — the 77-year-old now stands at No. 2,615 in their ranking of the most trusted celebrities.
He previously peaked at the third position — among the likes of Betty White, Morgan Freeman and Tom Hanks. Unsurprisingly, the company says a drop like Cosby’s is “rarely” seen.
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This comes shortly after one of the 12 “Jane Does” who testified against the sitcom veteran in a 2005 civil rape case made the decision to reveal her identity.
Donna Motsinger, 73 — also known in the case as “Jane Doe No. 8” — says she feels like a “coward” for not sharing her story sooner. She alleges Cosby drugged and raped her in 1971. At the time, she was a waitress at a California jazz club.
“Those women are so brave,” she says. “It’s the least I can do. I want to tell people so [the victims] can’t be bullied, so they can’t be discredited.”