Netflix cancels Cosby special after sex-abuse allegations

Netflix cancels Cosby special after sex-abuse allegations

Netflix has cancelled a planned special by Bill Cosby, after claims about the US entertainer's behaviour towards women over the years.

Mr Cosby's lawyer described the allegations as "decade-old" and "discredited".

The Netflix special was supposed to be a birthday celebration for Cosby, in which he would share stories from his childhood, first romantic relationships and parenthood.

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