Report: Cosby's Daughter Said He Once 'Attacked' the Nanny

Sounds like he was creepin' on the household staff, too.

Bill Cosby's story just keeps getting worse. is reporting the fallen icon was accused by his own daughter of making an aggressive sexual pass at their nanny in 1997. According to the website, Cosby’s daughter, Ensa Cosby, confided to a friend in rehab while they were both seeking treatment for substance abuse.
“Ensa said it was an unwanted sexual advance, and [the nanny] was hysterical,” said the source. “It upset the whole family. Ensa described how they all really loved her, and when she found out why the woman had left, she was very upset at her father because she’d never known the real reason.”
Ensa, 42, allegedly told the source that her mother, Camille Cosby, had to “compensate” the nanny with hush money but the incident forced her to come clean about her father's dirty deeds. “As Ensa became older, her mother actually sat her down and told her about the affairs her father had,” the insider adds. “Ensa came to the realization her father was not the wonderful family man he was portraying in public — and that her whole upbringing had been a lie.”
While the reports of this unnamed source have not been corroborated, unfortunately the story is all-too-believable considering Cosby's alleged history with women. The sitcom icon reportedly drugged, and in many cases, raped over forty women in the past four decades. Cosby will have to testify to the allegations under oath in a series of depositions in the coming weeks.
Watch a recap of The Cosby Show star's incredible downfall on Wendy Williams below: is your No. 1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music. 

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