Dickinson encouraged people who are sexually assaulted to report it immediately.
Bill Cosby's spokesman says an insurance company has settled another defamation suit filed by an accuser, this one by model Janice Dickinson. Dickinson and lawyer Lisa Bloom have scheduled a press conference Thursday near Los Angeles. Cosby spokesman Andrew Wyatt says American International Group Inc. settled the case without Cosby's approval, as they've done with at least eight other women who say the comedian and his agent maligned them by denying their allegations.
Day 1 of Bill Cosby's sentencing hearing — for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand 14 years ago — is over. The disgraced actor, who had been facing a sentence of a maximum of 30 years in prison, was given a big break.
Comedian Bill Cosby is asking the nation’s high court to weigh in on supermodel Janice Dickinson’s defamation case, arguing it raises important free speech concerns. Dickinson claimed that Cosby drugged and raped her in Lake Tahoe in 1982, testifying at his recent trial that he gave her a pill he claimed would ease her menstrual cramps which instead left her immobilized and unable to fight off the assault. Cosby’s former attorney, Martin Singer, denied those allegations…
The model will be one of five new witnesses the prosecution plans on calling to the stand during the upcoming retrial, which is set to commence on April 2.
Hollywood Medium With Tyler Henry visited former supermodel Janice Dickinson and together they channelled the spirit of former comedian and Saturday Night Live star, John Belushi.
As Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer Flavin celebrate 20 years of marriage, look back on how their wedding almost didn't happen because he dumped the model via FedEx.
Janice Dickinson is known for her outspoken opinions on the fashion industry, so it was only a matter of time before the self-proclaimed “world’s first supermodel” weighed in on the great supermodel debate of 2016. More specifically, she took on Kendall Jenner along with her sister Kim Kardashian and the rest of the KarJenner squad. Dickinson joined AfterBuzzTV’s The Tomorrow Show With Keven Undergaro for a very candid interview where she called Kendall a “lovely” person before attacking her career.
Dickinson, 61, and Gerner, 70, were introduced by Gerner’s son, Robert Gerner Jr., who set them up for a blind date in 2012. “I’ve been wanting to marry Jancie since about two weeks after I met her,” says Gerner. “I used to cringe when someone would say that to me,” says Dickinson, who has been married three times before.
Janice Dickinson had a victory in court on Tuesday, when a judge ruled her defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby can proceed.
In her new book, Love, Loss and What We Ate, excerpted in People, Padma Lakshmi writes that her one of her first thoughts upon learning she was pregnant in 2009 was “not so much ‘How?’ but the far more uncomfortable ‘Who?’” Lakshmi is hardly the first celebrity to go through a very public paternity scandal. Here are the top six, in no particular order:
Less than a week after taking a big legal loss in his criminal sexual assault case in Pennsylvania, Bill Cosby was handed a win by the California courts today. An L.A. Superior Court judge Tuesday agreed with the actor-comedian’s lawyers to toss an amended complaint by Janice Dickinson in her defamation suit against Cosby and his former attorney Marty Singer. In a tentative ruling read from the bench, Judge Debra Weintraub also allowed Singer to be dismissed from the case. “The court finds that the first amended complaint is properly striken,” she said, noting the long ongoing anti-SLAPP motion, “defendant Cosby’s motion to strike is granted.” Having said that, Weintraub noted to Dickinson’s attorney Lisa Bloom and the assembled lawyers for all sides that the original complaint remains in play and “we are moving this case along …we will see everyone here on February 29 at 8:30.” Cosby, Singer and Dickinson were not in the courtroom today.
Bill Cosby/Janice Dickinson By Tim Kenneally and Pamela Chelin Bill Cosby and his former attorney Marty Singer will go on the hot seat in a defamation brought by model Janice Dickinson. Also Read: Bill Cosby Accuser Files Defamation Suit Against Former DA Who Declined to Prosecute Comedian Dickinson filed suit against Cosby in May, claiming that the model has suffered defamation and emotional distress resulting from denials by Cosby’s representatives of her claims that the comedian sexually assaulted her. “We are up against Mr. Cosby and all his money and power and all his lawyers and so we are very pleased that the judge, reading from the bench, made a very thorough and detailed decision in our favor.” Also Read: Bill Cosby Accuser Claims He Raped Her, Then Asked for Phone Sex Per the judge’s order, Cosby and Singer will be deposed prior to November 25. “Before I woke up in the morning, the last thing I remember was Bill Cosby in a patchwork robe, dropping his robe and getting on top of me.