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Malcolm-Jamal Warner: Cosby rape allegations are 'painful'

Malcolm-Jamal Warner: Cosby rape allegations are 'painful'

Malcolm-Jamal Warner has become the latest "Cosby Show" cast member to weigh in on the rape allegations swirling around comedy legend Bill Cosby.  The actor, who played teenage son Theo on the top-rated NBC sitcom, told Billboard magazine that he "can't really speak" to any of the specific allegations against Cosby but praised the star for his positive influence.  "He's one of my mentors, and he's been very influential and played a big role in my life as a friend and mentor," Warner said. "Just as it's painful to hear any woman talk about sexual assault, whether true or not, it's just as painful to watch my friend...

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