As Bill Cosby made his way into a Pennsylvanian court earlier Monday morning, he was accosted by a topless protestor who had some scathing words for the accused sexual abuser. The outspoken activist prominently had "Women's Lives Matter" written against her bare bodice as she maneuvered passed a barricade to try and directly confront the disgraced comedian.
The unidentified woman, who had a myriad other phrases painted in red and black all over her exposed body, was quickly detained by local authorities. Cosby, who locked arms with his publicist Andrew Wyatt on the way into the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pennsylvania, was visibly shaken by the commotion, but did not come in immediate contact with the protestor.
The 80 year-old was led into the courtroom shortly after the woman was handcuffed and whisked away in a police cruiser. Cosby's highly-publicized retrial commenced after the jury was finalized amid a racially-charged mini-controversy.