Did Lisa Bonet Slam Bill Cosby On Twitter? ‘Nothing Stays In The Dark 4Ever’ (UPDATED)

Did actress Lisa Bonet slam her former TV father, Bill Cosby, on Twitter?

Recent reports from Media Takeout and Hollywood Life seem to believe so.

The new claims are based on a tweet that was posted by an unverified Twitter account in Lisa Bonet’s name.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: In the time since the tweet was first posted and this article was first published, the Twitter account in Lisa Bonet’s name (@Lilakoi_Moon) has been suspended. The Grio reports in an update to their original article that Lisa’s manager stated that the actress does not have a Twitter account.

According to the karma of past actions, one’s destiny unfolds, even though everyone wants to be so lucky… Nothing stays in the dark 4ever!

Lisa Bonet

For several weeks now, actor Bill Cosby has been targeted in the headlines with numerous allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior — including rape, drugs and sexual assault. Most of the allegations are based on encounters which occurred decades ago and were made by such people as Barbara Bowman, Joan Tarshis, Linda Joy Traitz and Janice Dickinson.

The young actress that played Lisa Bonet’s stepdaughter on the Cosby Show, Raven Symone, was also the subject of rumored allegations that surfaced online earlier this week.

However, Raven Symone came forward and squashed those rumors on her Instagram page.

As of right now, there have not been any claims or allegations directly made by Lisa Bonet.

However, this type of tweet about karma, the unfolding of destiny and the fact that “nothing stays in the dark” forever may have something to do with the allegations that have been made against the former TV father of the Huxtable children.

The 47-year-old actress is primarily known for starring on The Cosby Show as one of Bill Cosby’s four TV daughters — Denise Huxtable Kendall.

Even though she started on the show when it first aired in September of 1984, Lisa Bonet left the show in 1987 to star in its spin-off, A Different World. The original focus of the spin-off was Denise Huxtable’s new experiences in college surrounded by her classmates and new friends.

Behind the scenes, Lisa Bonet was known as somewhat rebellious. In the same year that Lisa Bonet first starred in A Different World, she also shed her child star image alongside Mickey Rourke in the R-rated movie, Angel Heart.

She was also featured in a topless photo in Interview magazine. Lisa Bonet left A Different World after she became pregnant and was fired from the Cosby Show in 1991 for “creative differences,” according to an article from People magazine that was published in 1992.

[Image Credit: ABC News, Hollywood Life & NPR]