Bill Cosby's Star On The Walk Of Fame Vandalized With 'Rapist' Allegations

Bill Cosby's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was vandalized and the word "rapist" written all over it in black ink.

According to E! News, the damage to Cosby's star on the Walk of Fame was discovered Friday morning. The 77-year-old comedian has been accused by some two dozen women of drugging them and sexually abusing them. While there are numerous allegations, Cosby has yet to be charged for any crimes.

Us Weekly reported that the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce released a statement regarding the vandalism on Friday.

"The Hollywood Walk of Fame is an institution celebrating the positive contributions of the inductees. When people are unhappy with one of our honorees, we would hope that they would project their anger in more positive ways then to vandalize a California State landmark. The star is being cleaned up at this time."

According to a recent report by the Inquisitr, Bill Cosby's accusers have reportedly asked him to waive the statute of limitations, which prevents the women from filing any lawsuits at this time.

Attorney Gloria Allred was the one who requested the waiver, and said that a trial would be beneficial for both Cosby and his accusers. During a news conference, Allred explained that a trial would "provide a fair resolution, which would 'end this nightmare for both him and the alleged victims.'"

Even though there have been so many allegations thrown towards Bill Cosby, he reportedly has denied every one of them. Martian D. Singer, the attorney for Bill Cosby, has said that it is unusual that "so many people would have said nothing, done nothing, and made no reports to law enforcement... if they thought they had been assaulted."

While the allegations continue to fly, legendary choreographer Debbie Allen reportedly spoke out on the issue. When asked about Cosby's reputation now that he stands accused of assaulting so many women, Debbie stated that his reputation is "certainly tarnished," according to E! News.

"Just imagine Mickey Mouse saying that he raped Minnie. Mickey Mouse is part of the fabric of America. Whether he did it or not, the question is being raised."

Debbie continued on to mention how terrible she feels for Cosby's wife, Camille.

"Who I really think about is Camille," she said. "Camille is beautiful, and they've gone through so much, with the loss of their son, so many things. This is out of the blue, it's something unexpected. None of us can wrap our minds around it right now."

As for Bill Cosby's star on the Walk of Fame, crews were spotted cleaning it up and removing the inked-on allegations.

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