Silence doesn't seem to be working.
Since renewed allegations of sexual assault erupted in late October, Bill Cosby has seen a career resurgence begin to crumble.
This Nov. 11, 2014, file photo shows entertainer and Navy veteran Bill Cosby speaking during a Veterans Day ceremony, at the The All Wars Memorial to Colored Soldiers and Sailors in Philadelphia. The comic has faced a series of career setbacks as old allegations of sexual assault swirl around him. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)
Here's what's happened since Oct. 31:
- Appearances on "The Queen Latifah Show" and "Late Show With David Letterman" were canceled.
- NBC has scrapped a Bill Cosby sitcom that was in development.
- TV Land has pulled "The Cosby Show" reruns off the air.
- Netflix indefinitely postponed rolling out "Bill Cosby 77," an original stand-up special.
- Eight of at least 36 performances in a stand-up comedy tour of the U.S. and Canada have been canceled. Spokesmen for two of the venues cited the widening scandal as the reason for the cancellations; the rest gave no reason.
Cosby has repeatedly refused to respond to the sexual assault allegations as they have resurfaced this year, but while other high-profile alleged rapists have managed to dodge negative publicity, negative media attention has remained fixed on the embattled comic.
One bright spot for Cosby: He received a standing ovation when he performed in Florida on Friday night, Reuters reported.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.
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