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Ex-NBC Employee Claims Bill Cosby PAID Off Women, INVITED 16-Year Old Models to Dressing Room!!

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A man who once worked closely with beleaguered comedian Bill Cosby has come forward to detail how he once helped the star funnel thousands of dollars to a virtual harem of young women he kept during The Cosby Show's 8-season run. Frank Scotti, 90, told the Daily News on Sunday that he spent years as NBC's 'fixer' for Cosby--as a conduit through whom the actor sent lady pals funds and as a guard at Cosby's dressing room door when those women visited. 'He had everybody fooled,' said Scotti, who says he eventually walked away from the star because of how he treated women. The NBC veteran told the New York Daily News, in a story published Sunday, that Cosby had a rotating lineup of young women brought to his Brooklyn dressing room by a complicit modeling agency. Scotti said the Manhattan agency's owner would lead the girls there and leave once Cosby picked his chosen lady. 'She knew exactly what was going to go on,' Scotti told the News. 'Then he'd tell me, 'Stand outside the door and don't let anyone in.' Now you put that together and figure (out) why.' According to Scotti, some of the girls were as young as 16. Scotti claims Cosby would put women he especially liked up in apartments and give them up to $2,000 per month. After decades, Scotti's even saved receipts from money orders he says he gave those women for Cosby. One of those women, Shawn Thompson, had a daughter named Autumn Jackson who would claim Cosby was her father. Dressing room visits: JC Studios in Brooklyn was home to The Cosby Show for several seasons, it's unclear if Scotti's purported 'fixes' happened there The two were reunited when Cosby began shooting “The Cosby Show” in Brooklyn in 1984. Scotti told Cosby that he was considering retirement — and was surprised by the star’s response. “He said, ‘You’ll never quit me. You love me,’ ” Scotti recounted. The Cos then gave him a less sentimental sendoff when he announced his departure. The money orders, though, are in Scotti's name and not Cosby's. 'I did a lot of crazy things for him,' Scotti told the Daily News. 'He was covering himself by having my name on it. It was a coverup. I realized it later.' And when he did, Scotti said he had to walk away. 'You've got all of these kids, every time,' he told the Daily News. 'I used to like him, but that's the reason I quit him after so many years — because of the girls.' In recent weeks, at least seven women have publicly accused the 77-year-old Cosby of sexual assault years ago. Cosby has not been charged in connection with any of the allegations. Only one woman has filed suit - Andrea Constand, who sued in 2005 and settled for an undisclosed amount before the case went to trial. Cosby's attorney, Martin Singer, has criticized previous 'decades-old discredited allegations' and denied some others. He suggested in a Friday statement that Cosby's accusers may have another agenda. 'There has never been a shortage of lawyers willing to represent people with claims against rich, powerful men, so it makes no sense that not one of these new women who just came forward for the first time now ever asserted a legal claim back at the time they allege they had been sexually assaulted.'