Bill Cosby Hires Investigators To Find Dirt On Accusers

Bill Cosby is doing a lot to make sure his name cleared, even if that means getting dirty.

The comedian recently hired a private investigator to find a lot of secrets and dirt on those who accused him of rape, drugging them, or even just molesting them. Why is he doing this? Well, he feels that this evidence can discredit them.

According to the New York Post, he is spending a lot of money to hire these investigators, which includes six former Los Angeles Police Department officers. Although no names were mentioned of who were these officers, there was a lot of detail about his plan to clear his name once and for all.

Multiple sources confirmed that Cosby, through his Hollywood attorney Martin Singer, is implementing a scorched-earth strategy in which anything negative in his accusers’ pasts is fair game.

At least one Glendale, Calif.-based firm with a half-dozen former LAPD detectives on staff is muckraking for Cosby, a source said.

“If you’re going to say to the world that I did this to you, then the world needs to know, ‘What kind of person are you? Who is this person that’s saying it?’ ” Cosby told his legal and public-relations team at a recent meeting, according to an insider who was present.

Let’s see how this one turns out.

[Credit: New York Post]

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  1. I can see if there were one or two accusers and it being false. However, where there’s smoke there is fire. I say Cosby is going down…well wait, that is what he did that got him in trouble..oh, never mind.

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