OPPOSITION GROWS TO COSBY'S ONTARIO SHOWS

Dec 31, 2014

By Andy Johnson

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The Mayor of London, Ontario is now weighing in on the controversy over Bill Cosby’s show in the Forest City January 8th. Matt Brown says he “shares concerns” with those who’ve expressed opposition to the performance. The mayor’s comments come just days after American film director Judd Apatow took issue with the comedian’s shows in Ontario. Apatow tweeting about whether Ontario is the only place Crosby is still popular. The 77 year old comedian is facing a series of sexual assault allegations, but has not been charged. Cosby is also scheduled to perform in Kitchener, January 7th and Hamilton January 9th and opposition is mounting to his performances in those cities.

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