(CNN)“The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg has been outspoken in her support of comedian Bill Cosby.
On Tuesday, she pronounced on a uncover that she can no longer contend “innocent until proven guilty.”
“If this is to be attempted in a justice of open opinion, we got to contend all of a information that’s out there kind of points to guilt,” she pronounced during a review with ABC News arch authorised researcher Dan Abrams.
More than 25 women have publicly indicted Cosby of raping or assaulting them over a past 40 years. The comedian has never been criminally charged and has vehemently denied wrongdoing.
Goldberg recently pronounced she had perceived threats for staunchly station by Cosby.
On Tuesday, she invited Abrams to explain a legalities behind a accusations.
“I always suspicion that rape cases were open-ended,” Goldberg said. “What we have schooled is, there’s no chance for these women solely what they’re doing.”
Goldberg assimilated Abrams in enlivening viewers to hit their legislators to have government of reduction laws altered for rape cases so that women who lay such instances are not hold to a time support of when they can come brazen with their claims.
At a finish of a interview, Goldberg had a summary for Cosby, who has remained mostly wordless about a accusations.
“It looks bad, Bill,” she said. “Either pronounce adult or close up.”