Bill Cosby Accuser’s Mother Wrote A Letter To Camille Cosby

Back in December, Camille Cosby went full Dottie Sandusky by not only defending her husband from the growing pile of rape allegations but declaring him the “real victim.” This horeshittery prompted Judy Thompson, mother of Cosby accuser Jennifer Thompson, to pen a letter to Camille letting her know the damage her husband did to her daughter – “Allegedly.” – and imploring the Cosbys to come clean. The AP reports:

Your husband crossed boundaries that never should have been breached,” she wrote to Camille Cosby. “He shattered her innocence.”
Judy Thompson said she prays daily for the Cosbys and ended the letter by writing, “May you and Bill speak the truth and be afforded peace for your souls.”
It could not be determined whether Camille Cosby received the letter.
Judy Thompson said that it was difficult to find anyone, even a therapist, who would believe her daughter’s story. She didn’t go to police.
“To be so hurt and violated, and then not be believed! Resolution has not been easily forthcoming. We all remained in the shadows of your husband’s sick behavior,” she wrote.

As for how Jennifer Thompson ended up being alone with Cosby – “Allegedly.” – he met her parents and completely snowed them with his Dr. Huxtable act that, at the time, nobody had any reason to question:

When William and Judy Thompson met comedian Bill Cosby in the late 1980s to discuss their teen daughter’s modeling and acting career, they felt immediately at ease.
Cosby and William Thompson both belonged to black fraternities in college. They both had lived in the Washington, D.C.-Maryland area. Both were born in July and both went by Bill as a first name.
Cosby reassured the Thompsons that their then-17-year-old daughter, Jennifer, would be fine living in an apartment with other models as she launched her career. He promised to help the teen, they said.
“We thought we were talking to Dr. Huxtable,” said William Thompson, referring to the comedian’s TV persona in “The Cosby Show.”

When reached for comment, Bill Cosby picked up a pretend phone and demanded to speak to Lyndon Johnson before asking if this was working. I didn’t have the heart to tell him I wasn’t his lawyer. Or that his real one had hung himself in the closet. That’s what happened yesterday, right? It has to be.

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