Phillips, a former EURweb contributor who starred as Navy Lt. Martin Kendall on “The Cosby Show“, has written an essay about his “boyhood idol” Bill Cosby, and coming to the realization that he is “guilty” of drugging women to have sex with them.

Either Goldberg hasn’t been paying attention to the case or the “The View” segment was cast as her opportunity to wiggle out of an untenable position.

The Associated Press left messages Tuesday seeking comment from Kid Rock, who was born Robert Ritchie and lives in suburban Detroit.

“What we have learned is there’s no recourse for these women except what they’re doing”, Goldberg finally stated. While having a sit-down with ABC News legal analyst Dan Abrams this morning on “The View“, she stated that since Cosby can’t be tried in a court of law, then being found guilty in the court of public opinion may be enough.

“You got a serial rapist, he’s been on the streets for 30 years”. The only satisfaction that these women can get now is from the court of public opinion.

It’s unclear what this will mean for Goldberg, and how her fans will react now that she’s drastically changed course on Cosby’s possible guilt. This was not the man that I knew.

Those following the Cosby scandal must know that Whoopi has been one of his most vocal and determined defenders.

After months of defending Bill Cosby, one of his biggest advocates is changing her tune.

Phillips’ last line speaks to Cosby directly: “Bill, you have a family who loves you, a wife who is devoted to you…”

Goldberg defended Cosby on air, following the release of documents from the court stating his admission of the obtained Quaaludes in 2005. It is an interesting theory, although I’m somewhat hesitant to believe that someone so stubborn and passionate with her Cosby defense would flip on a dime because someone told her to.

He said Cosby hardly kept it a secret, and Phillips believed his wife knew. “I owe much of who I am to Bill Cosby, so the idea of love seems to fall short of exactly how I feel”.

Phillips recalled saying to the woman: ‘Back in the day, ‘ I started.

The actor concludes his blog with the admission that he is “not prepared to simply dismiss [Cosby’s] brilliance, his wisdom, or his legacy”, advising Cosby to “go live a quiet country life”.