Well, this is awkward.
Keshia Knight Pulliam, who played Bill Cosby's TV daughter Rudy Huxtable on The Cosby Show, walked arm-in-arm with him on Monday as he entered court for his sexual assault trial.
The disgraced actor, 79, has claimed innocence following accusations of rape from more than 50 women.
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The two looked inexplicably cheerful — sometimes laughing — as they walked into the courthouse together.
He even tweeted his appreciation for her being there:
#TheCosbyShow#KeishaKnightPulliam#CameToCourtToHearTheTruth— Bill Cosby (@BillCosby) June 5, 2017
Until now, Keshia has kept a fairly low profile over the years.
The 38-year-old welcome a baby girl, Ella Grace, back in January and revealed at the time that Ella’s middle name was inspired by her split from her ex-husband, Ed Hartwell — who filed for divorce when Keshia was three months pregnant.
“When I tell you through all of this the grace of God has so been with us and has covered us and protected us — she’s been my saving grace to get through it," Keshia said. "It’s knowing that it’s not about me. Knowing that on days when I want to curl up in the bed, pull the covers over my head and cry until my eyes fall out, that is not an option, because she feels everything I feel, and right now, it is bigger than me — it’s about her. It is about her being OK.”
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These days, the former child star has stayed away from acting and now has her own line of kitchen seasonings.
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As for Monday's appearance with her former TV dad, "That isn't the man that I know," she once said.
"What I can say is this: I wasn't there," she said, calling it an "unfortunate situation." She added, "That just wasn't how I ever experienced him."
Months later on her own podcast, she seemingly changed her mind about the claims. "Okay, let me just say this real quick, cause, you know, I feel you and everyone's entitled to their opinion," she said. "But, you know, we still live in a country where you're innocent until proven guilty. And I understand everything that's happened, and me being a feminist and believing women. I mean, 'no' means 'no' and I get that."
Bill will face prison time if convicted of alleged crimes that date as far back as the 1960s and as recently as about a decade ago.
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