TO KISS leader Paul Stanley criticized the actress Phylicia rashad for tweeting on the occasion of Bill Cosbythe conviction for sexual assault is quashed.
After the announcement, Wednesday June 30, that Cosbythe sentence for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman years earlier would be overturned, Rashad tweeted, “FINALLY !!!! A terrible wrong is being righted – a miscarriage of justice is corrected!”, with a photo of Cosby. Following that first tweet, which was criticized by some online, Rashad later shared another statement.
“I fully support survivors of sexual assault who come forward”, Rashad wrote in a subsequent tweet.
“My post was in no way intended to be indifferent to their truth,” she wrote. “Personally, I know from my friends and family that such abuse has lifelong residual effects. My sincere wish is a cure.”
That same day, Stanley retweeted Rashadand added the following message: “When someone pretends to sympathize by talking about ‘your’ truth, they are in fact saying that they don’t believe you. Legal details and friendship with the rapist cannot help. switch.”
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejected CosbyThe sexual assault conviction after ruling that a previous agreement between him and the then district attorney prevented the next district attorney from laying criminal charges.
Cosby, 83, had been in prison for almost three years after being convicted of sexual assault Andrea Constand in 2004.
Rashad played twice Cosbythe wife of on television: from 1984 to 1992 on the CNB sitcom “The Cosby Show” and from 1996 to 2000 on the SCS sitcom “Cosby”.
When someone pretends to sympathize by talking about “your” truth, they are in fact saying that they don’t believe you. SIXTY women came forward with basically identical accounts of drugs and rape. It’s the truth. Legal details and friendship with the rapist cannot change that. https://t.co/sMCRs3nq8e
– Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) July 1, 2021
WHAT?!? What a parody. My condolences to all these courageous women who only came forward to be assaulted again. https://t.co/fmJ4FUQByi
– Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) June 30, 2021
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