As sexual assault allegations surrounding Bill Cosby continue to increase, a former employee of NBC Entertainment has now come forward revealing new details on aiding the 77-year-old comedian with his alleged extramarital relationships.
During an exclusive with the New York Daily News, Frank Scotti admitted to escorting various women backstage to Cosby’s dressing room at the Brooklyn studio where “The Cosby Show” was taped during its airing.
“He would just tell me to keep the women in there. Don’t let anybody in. And it was very obvious what was going on, to me anyway,” the retired 90-year-old revealed during the interview. “He’s done it several times…He gave me information regarding a woman who was the owner of a modeling agency, and he said ‘Anytime she calls you do whatever she wants. Reserve the seats and then bring her back in my dressing room.’”
“When the models used to come he would say, ‘get rid of everybody and leave that one there.’ I was keeping a woman for him. That’s what pimps do, I guess. Again, it’s suspicious but I didn’t see it happen.”
Scotti went on to detail his role in allegedly assisting the Emmy Award-winner in delivering thousands of dollars to eight different women between 1989 and 1990.
Despite a total of 18 women coming forward with sexual claims against Cosby, he remains adamant about not answering critics.
"I know people are tired of me not saying anything, but a guy doesn't have to answer to innuendos,” Cosby said prior to his show on Saturday to Florida Today. “People should fact check. People shouldn't have to go through that and shouldn't answer to innuendos."
Check out more of Frank Scotti’s exclusive New York Daily News interview in the clip above.