[Ed. – No one’s questioning the ‘love’ part.]
“I felt loved and remembered loving the moments that my parents shared with us by exposing us to all types of people from all walks of life. We grew up appreciating my father’s success because we knew the prejudice and racism he endured getting to where he got and how hard he worked for our family,” Evin wrote in her statement. “When people are so quick to cast hate, and make accusations of horrific violence against my dad, they are callous in their carelessness about the harm they are causing to others.”
The comedian, 79, has been charged with three counts of felony aggravated assault from an alleged encounter with Andrea Constand in 2004, but he has pleaded not guilty.
As previously reported, Constand claimed that the actor drugged and violated her at his home when she was a Temple University employee. In recent years, dozens more women have come forward accusing the Cosby Show alum of sexual misconduct.