Disgraced sex pest Bill Cosby, 85, will still get redemption with a new comedy career as RadarOnline.com is told promoters are begging the actor — once coined “America’s Dad” — to tour despite reports that say otherwise.
While rumors swirled that Cosby’s grand plan was nothing more than “a pipe dream” and comedy clubs “weren’t willing to book” the convicted predator, who was ordered to pay $500,000 in damages to Judy Huth after a California civil jury found she was assaulted by the comic at the Playboy Mansion in 1975 — when she was just 16, the comedian’s rep told us that’s not true; however, they have hit delays.
“Unfortunately, when we announced a summer tour on the Scott Spears Radio Show last year, (6) alleged accusers came out of hiding, in order to create a distraction without having any proof, facts or truth. I can emphatically state that Mr. Cosby is not have a hard time locking down venues. We have been contacted by at least (10) promoters wanting to tour him, as well as many non-profit organizations requesting for Mr. Cosby to perform/host private events,” Andrew Wyatt told RadarOnline.com exclusively.
According to tipsters, legally blind Cosby’s condition has declined since he was freed from his cage — but his rep denied the allegations, insisting “his health is very well” and the celebrity is “far from finished.”
When RadarOnline.com asked Cosby’s rep follow-up questions, like if anything is on the books and when fans can expect his comedy tour, we did not get an immediate response.