It’s another headline-grabbing day for legendary comedian Bill Cosby. After accusations of sexual assault by multiple women, he is now offering ticket refunds for two upcoming shows.
The two shows, both Dec. 6 at the suburban New York venue Tarrytown Music Hall, will go on as scheduled. However, Cosby is reportedly giving his audience the option to have their tickets refunded.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, an email was sent out by the venue’s box office Friday offering to reimburse those who didn’t want to attend.
Scheduled shows in other states have been cancelled in the wake of allegations against Cosby, but more than 30 shows are to go on as planned through May, 2015.
It was recently reported that Cosby’s planned career revival with NBC was shelved, followed by the announcement that his alma mater, UMass-Amherst, had cut all ties with the iconic family man.
Cosby continues to deny all accusations against him.