LOS ANGELES - The women's shelter that Bill Cosby endorsed in early 2014, amid a flurry of positive social media exposure and press coverage, officially closed its doors today.
"There is no way we could survive any longer," said Janice Jackson, Director of the House of Hope. "We're completely out of funding, four of our workers have stepped forward with their own abuse allegations, and, quite frankly, this place has become the most depressing place I've worked in my life."
"The name alone gives me the creeps," added Mary Imani, the only one of the shelter's counselors not reportedly assaulted by Mr. Cosby.
"He stopped by in November for a photo-op and roofied my ice tea," admitted Jackson.
Los Angeles police are currently seeking any information that leads to the arrest of Mr. Cosby. He is considered elderly, rich and incredibly dangerous to any "female mammal."