Bill Cosby is now without official representation in Hollywood.
Deadline reports the comedian was quietly dropped from Creative Artists Agency at the end of 2014, which had been representing him since 2012.
Cosby was reportedly nixed prior to the release of court documents obtained by the Associated Press this week, which reveal Cosby admitted in a 2005 deposition that he had obtained Quaaludes with the intent to sedate women he wanted to have sex with.
“We do not represent him at this time,” a CAA rep said.
Cosby, who turns 78 this Sunday, was represented by William Morris Agency for 48 years before he switched to CAA in 2012.
David Brokaw, son of former WMA chairman Norman Brokaw and Cosby’s longtime publicist, is reportedly deciding to stick by Cosby, even as a growing list of organizations continue to cut ties with him.
Brokaw declined to comment on the matter.