Bill Cosby’s Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Won’t Be Removed Despite Charges

Bill Cosby’s star will sojourn on a Hollywood Walk of Fame no matter a outcome of his rapist case.

The 78-year-old on Wednesday was charged with aggravated faulty assault, a first-degree felony, by a Montgomery County, Pa., District Attorney’s Office. 

Cosby has been indicted by countless women of drugging them in sequence to commit passionate assault. Although he faces mixed lawsuits over a allegations, Wednesday’s charges were a initial rapist record in a matter. 

And while Cosby has been nude of numerous honors in light of a allegations, his star along a travel of celebrity will sojourn in place, according to a Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. 

“The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has perceived inquiries seeking either we are formulation to mislay a star of Bill Cosby. The answer is no,” said Leron Gubler, Hollywood Chamber of Commerce President and CEO, in an email.

Gubler stated: “The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a purebred ancestral landmark. Once a star has been combined to a Walk, it is deliberate a partial of a ancestral fabric of a Hollywood Walk of Fame. Because of this, we have never private a star from a Walk.”

Located during 6930 Hollywood Blvd, Cosby perceived his star in 1977. 

Last year, Cosby’s star was vandalized. Someone wrote “rapist” on a tile. It was promptly cleaned.