Bill Cosby To Be Relocated To Small Irish Village


VETERAN actor Bill Cosby is to be relocated to a small rural village on the west coast of Ireland for the foreseeable future, following advice from his legal team.

The 77-year-old comedian, best known for being Bill Cosby, is to make the move amid the recent resurgence of sexual abuse and rape claims, dating back to the 1970s.

Cosby, who settled an allegation of rape out of court in 2005, denies any wrongdoing, yet in recent weeks more and more victims have accused the actor of sexual abuse, with many claiming the star drugged them before the assault.

With a total of 14 women coming forward with allegations against him, Cosby has agreed to accept the advice of his legal team, and will relocate to the small Galway village of Ballyscattin in the next few weeks.

“My client needed somewhere to go to escape from allegations of sexual wrongdoing, and historically a small Irish village has been the go-to place for this kind of thing,” said Sol Heindeburgh, legal council for Mr. Cosby.

“We have studied hundreds of alleged sexual abuse cases, from paedophile priests to paramilitary rapists, and we found the best thing to do is to move Dr. Huxtable to some small hamlet in the butthole of nowhere, and wait for the whole thing to blow over”.

Cosby is expected to fly into Shannon airport later this week before moving to his new home, whereby it is believed the beleaguered star will commission some wacky, brightly coloured Aran jumpers.