Bill Cosby is being slammed as a phony and womanizer by the widow of another comedy legend!
There were stunning words from Jennifer Lee Pryor, widow of Richard Pryor, venting about Cosby in a profanity-laced interview.
She sad, "It was a well-kept secret that Bill [expletive] everything that moved."
Jennifer says Cosby was critical of her husband for using used foul language in his comedy, saying, "Richard was dirty on the outside, but he was a good person, he was clean on the inside. Bill's just a [expletive] hypocrite, and dirty on the inside. He's a piece of [expletive]."
Jennifer was interviewed on the podcast, Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend. She says she believes Cosby's wife, Camille, knew what was going on but kept her mouth shut.
"Of course she knew. Of course she knew," Jennifer said.
Meanwhile, another woman has come forward in the ever-widening Cosby scandal. Helen Gumpel was a successful high-fashion model in the late 80s and she was thrilled to get a shot on The Cosby Show.
But she says what happened behind the scenes still haunts her.
She told INSIDE EDITION, “I was surprised that he would have the arrogance of doing this on the set of The Cosby Show.”
Soon after she taped her episode with Cosby, Gumpel says the star invited her back to the studio, for what she thought was another audition. But the story she tells is eerily similar to many of the other Cosby accusers.
She said, “He sat me on a sofa and said would I like a drink and I said, ‘No.’” He was very touchy feely. You know rubbing your shoulders, touching your hands, saying, ‘Oh, why don't you have a drink?’” I was sitting and he was standing, he is a very tall guy, and his crotch was in my face. I was very uncomfortable with it. What I felt he was trying to get me to do was to have oral sex with him and I said, ‘Oh my goodness, what in the world am I going to do?’”
Gumpel says after resisting Cosby's numerous advances he grew frustrated with her and kicked her out of his dressing room.
“I never got a call from the casting agent again,” she said.
Gumpel now lives with her husband in Connecticut. She says she wants the truth to come out and the victim shaming to stop
She declared, “It's his fault, he created the problem, he's the person that drugged and raped these women. He's the one you need to look at. Leave the victims alone.”
Cosby has denied all accusations against him.