Bill Cosby’s wife on TV apologizes for supporting his release from prison
Bill Cosby’s wife on television, Phylicia Rashad, apologizes for initially supporting the comedian’s release from prison, and says his comments were “in no way directed at survivors of sexual assault.” .
The ‘Cosby Show’ star took to Twitter on Saturday to sort out the situation after receiving a ton of warmth for supporting Bill Cosby’s release after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his sexual assault conviction. As we reported, Rashad was one of the first celebrities to celebrate the decision of the state’s highest court, tweeting: âFINALLY !!! A terrible wrong is being righted – a miscarriage of justice is corrected! Several celebrities blasted the decision on social media, saying it was a slap in the face for survivors of sexual assault around the world.
Now, Phylicia has issued an apology, which includes a message to her students at Howard University where she is the dean of the College of Fine Arts.
Phylicia Rashad: I know I hurt so many people
âThis week I tweeted a statement that has hurt so many people – both at large and within the Howard community. I offer my sincere apologies. I have since deleted this tweet. heartbreaking. I apologize. I intend to earn your trust and forgiveness “, she began.
She continued, âMy remarks were by no means directed at survivors of sexual assault. I vehemently oppose sexual violence, I find no excuse for such behavior, and I know Howard University has a zero tolerance policy towards interpersonal violence. victims in the future and engage in âactive listeningâ.
“I plan to engage in active listening”