Crew cleans up graffiti on Cosby's Hollywood star
LOS ANGELES - Crews are cleaning up Bill Cosby's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame after it was vandalized by graffiti.
A statement Friday by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce says cleanup work was underway on Friday morning.
Houston television station KRIV Fox 26 posted a photo it said it received from a viewer on Thursday with the word "Rapist" scrawled three times on Cosby's star. The comedian's star was placed on the Walk of Fame, a California state landmark, in 1977.
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce wrote in a statement that it hoped people upset with Cosby would find different ways to express themselves than vandalism.
Cosby has been accused by more than a dozen women of drugging them and sexual abuse, but he has never been charged with a crime.
Image: @realtimwilliams via Instagram
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