These women are so incredibly brave.
Bill Cosby may have allegedly sexually assaulted more than 40 women throughout his career, but now those victims are coming together to show their strength.
35 of the comedian's victims posed for the latest cover of New York Magazine which is powerful enough, but it's the empty chair suggesting potential other victims who have yet to come forward that really makes this photo so important.
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So far, 46 women have made the same claim that Bill drugged and/or sexually assaulted them, and now they want everyone to be sure that they're sticking by their words with the Cosby: The Women, an Unwelcome Sisterhood story.
It's nice to see some form of media taking a stand against him.
What do U think of the iconic photograph??
[Image via Amanda Demme/ New York Magazine.]
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Such tragic news.
We report with heavy hearts that Bobbi Kristina Brown has passed away at the young age of 22.
The daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown was found face down and unresponsive in a bath tub on January 31.
She was rushed to an Atlanta hospital and placed on life support, but died at Peachtree Christian Hospice on Sunday.
In March, a still-unresponsive Bobbi Kristina was transferred to a rehab facility. On June 23, her family made the decision to move her into hospice care, issuing a statement, saying:
[Image via WENN.]