Hello Everyone:
I must say that this article by supermodel Beverly Johnson is believable.  I like many others wondered at the motives of the other 25 women who have accused Bill Cosby of drugging and raping them and I know that some of these allegations are embellished, some were for payment for the tabloid press, some intentionally planned to destroy his good guy reputation, some are for money by extortion via Cosby lawyers to keep a story or person quite or are just out-and-out lies.
I know that it was difficult for Ms. Johnson to accuse Bill Cosby because of our image of him as a wholesome family man.  Fortunately, Beverly was able to curse him out which his alter ego couldn’t take so he threw her in a cab and sent her home.  I think you’ll agree that supermodel Beverly Johnson’s story below is caring, thoughtful and appears credible.  
While; there is no 100% proof of any of these allegations and it looks like Bill will not be criminally charged; I’m afraid his public image as a wholesome family man is destroyed.
Many people have wondered why now? The best answer I have is:
There is a force in the Universe that has been called The Law of Reciprocity. The concept is simple: What goes around comes around. Nothing you ever do goes unnoticed by this living universe.
This should be a wake-up call to everyone of us to be very careful with our deeds, words and thoughts.  The Law of Reciprocity is a universal law that no one escapes from.
The Law of Reciprocity
When Bill Cosby was a making his mark on the world as a comedian; a little known comedian Hannibal Buress would call him out in October of 2014 during a comedy routine.
When Bill Cosby was defining his public image on the most influential media at the time TV with his groundbreaking starring roles and award-winning shows I SPY andTHE COSBY SHOW; a more powerful media, SOCIAL MEDIA would let the world hear what was once just rumors and more easily contained that Cosby’s enablers like Cosby’s associate for 50 years, ex-NBC employee Frank Scotti would provide models in conjunction with a top New York modeling agency for Bill Cosby.
The Law of Reciprocity has come around and noticed Frank Scotti’s role as a pimpaccountable now.  Publicists would squash the chapter or parts about Bill Cosby’s abuse and Cosby’s attorneys would settle any law suits that made it into the legal system.
Bill Cosby will most likely (though it’s possible) never be charged criminally as a rapist and brought to trail due to lack of evidence, some questionable victim motives and lies and the fact that the statue of limitations on rape has probably expired with all of his alleged victims.
William Cosby, Ed.D.’s  professional accomplishments are separate and remarkable.  I do not agree that THE COSBY SHOW reruns should not be shown since I can separate his professional life from his personal life.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson_1886
However, I can understand why The Cosby Show is off the rerun circuit due to the very fact that Dr. William Henry “Bill” Cosby, Jr. and his show’s “professional kind doctor” character Dr. Heathcliff “Cliff” Huxtable is liken to “the kind doctor”, Dr. Henry Jekyll.  
Dr. Cosby’s professional image as kind “trust me” has now been turned upside down after dispensing drugs with a personality transformation liken to the kind mild manner Dr. Jekyll’s alter ego found in Mr. Edward Hyde.  Mr Hyde has no conscious, no restrictions and no boundaries; he is free to do what he pleases.  Mr. Hyde is manipulative, abusive and controlling.
In conclusion
I’m like everyone else in disbelief, sadden, disappointed and angry with a man that I though was an incredible role model for everyone.  However, I’m afraid with the increasingly number of allegations (especially supermodel Beverly Johnson – article below) and Cosby’s enablers are proving that Bill Cosby does appear to have two very distinct personalities–Dr. William Henry “Bill” Cosby/Dr. Henry Jekyll and his alter ego liken to Mr. Hyde.

​Beverly Johnson, supermodel 
first African-American model to grace the cover of 
VOGUE Magazine in 1974
Camille Mitchell

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