America's largest e-tailer has a well-documented history of mistreating its workers, but the public has been willing to ignore these abuses as long as they stay out of sight.
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A 90-year-old former employee of NBC, Frank Scotti, says that he served as a go-between for Bill Cosby and various women he was involved with. Scotti, who worked as a facilities manager where The Cosby Show was shot, told the New York Daily News he delivered monthly payouts to eight... More »
Back when Bill Cosby was the king of network television, veteran NBC employee Frank Scotti served as the royal fixer, the New York Daily News reports. When Cosby invited young models into his Brooklyn dressing room, Scotti stood watch outside the door. Show More Summary
The rape scandal involving comedian and actor Bill Cosby isn’t going away, in fact it’s intensifying. In addition to the number of women accusing Cosby of rape growing from 10 to 16 in the past week, a former NBC employee now claims to have facilitated Cosby’s many extramarital affairs and alleged sexual assaults–at Cosby’s insistence. Show More Summary
A former NBC employee claims that Bill Cosby enlisted him to pay off women, and he acted as lookout for Bill Cosby during many backstage trysts. Longtime NBC employee Frank Scotti, who worked as facilities manager at the Brooklyn studio where The Cosby Show was made, told the Daily News that he gave payouts to at least eight women on Cosby's behalf. [ more › ]
A former NBC employee has come forward to say that years of "covering up" for Bill Cosby eventually made him quit his job. Frank Scotti tells the New York Daily News that he was essentially Cosby's yes-man — standing guard outside the...Show More Summary
A 90-year-old former NBC employee, Frank Scotti, says he arranged meetings, cash payments, apartments and more with a string of models and other women on behalf of Bill Cosby during The Cosby Show run on the network between 1984 to 1992. Scotti,...Show More Summary
Woah! This story gets more explosive by the day. Not only do we now have lots of women saying Bill Cosby either raped, drugged, or sexually assaulted them, but there's also a former employee to back up their claims! Frank Scotti worked at NBC's Brooklyn studios back in The Cosby Show's heyday, and he did a lot [...]
Cosby is looking real funny in the light… Former NBC Staffer Says He Helped Bill Cosby Pay Off Rape Victims Back when Bill Cosby was the king of network television, veteran NBC employee Frank Scotti served as the
Frank Scotti, a former NBC employee, says he stood guard outside Bill Cosby’s dressing room while the comedian entertained models. He also claims he helped deliver thousands of dollars from Cosby to eight different woman. When Cosby invited young models into his Brooklyn dressing room, the megastar’s pal stood watch outside the door. When the [...]
An ex-NBC employee named Frank Scotti told the New York Daily News in an exclusive interview this week that he would guard Bill Cosby's dressing room while the comedian brought young models, some as young as 16, into his dressing room. Cosby claimed he was interviewing them for the show. Read more...
A former NBC employee and Bill Cosby confidante has claimed to the New York Daily News that he acted as a cover-up for the comedian as he slept with women and paid them off. Several women have accused Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting them. Show More Summary
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The 90-year-old Scotti said he decided to speak as the drumbeat of sexual abuse allegations against Cosby, 77, grew steadily louder.
A former Amazon employee embroiled in a legal battle with the online retailer is set to go on hunger strike in an attempt to force the company to change business practices which he calls “deceptive and fraudulent”. Kivin Varghese plans to start his vigil on Tuesday outside Amazon’s headquarters in...
It is a French documentary that British television channels are going to fight over. And they’ll have to act quickly, as Illustrious Yet Unknown (Illustre et Inconnu) has already been sold to scores of countries around the world. Jean-Pierre Devillers and Pierre Pochart’s film – which mixes archive...
Not long ago, we were talking about the massive, even pioneering, success of Double Fine’s Kickstarter to make a game it wanted to make, to escape the random, rogue-like survivability of sustaining one’s game business on the whims of publishers. In a sad twist, it’s a canned project from a publisher that has led to DF letting 12 of its staff go. More »
Women in the workplace won’t have gender equality for a few decades. Mercer, a global consulting company, surveyed 1.7 million employees at 164 companies in 28 countries, and the statistics for women rising in the ranks are pretty sad:...Show More Summary