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Moment Bill Cosby pretends to cry and jokes about being evil

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Moment Bill Cosby pretends to cry and jokes about being evil Bill Cosby JOKES he is an 'evil man' and gets standing ovation in first performance since latest wave of rape allegations Bill Cosby returned to the stage on Thursday, receiving a standing ovation as he performed in the Bahamas In one skit he joked that he was 'an evil man' and that parents would not let their children near him Performance was part of a benefit for a women's service organization Cosby skipped the afterparty, though his wife Camille did attend, leaving after an hour Coincided with actress Louisa Moritz coming forward to say Cosby forced her into sex backstage at the Carson Show in 1971 Moritz claims Cosby said he would further her career if she went through with the act The actress says she now plans on filing a civil suit Total of nine women have come forward this month claiming abuse By NICK FAGGE IN THE BAHAMAS and JOEL CHRISTIE FOR THE MAILONLINE Embattled TV icon Bill Cosby performed a parody about being 'an evil man' on Thursday night during his first public appearance since multiple fresh rape allegations were leveled against him. Opening a comedy show for a charity organization in the Bahamas, the 77-year-old - who is yet to officially comment on the latest women who have come forward claiming Cosby drugged and raped them - put his head in his hands and pretended to sob, new video obtained by The MailOnline has revealed. He joked that parents would not let their children near him, as fans in the audience laughed and applauded the skit. 'Parents are coming and taking their children home, saying to me ''Bill Cosby you are an evil man!'',' the entertainer said through faux tears on stage. But the entertainer then shook it off, smiled, and started what became a well-scripted 90 minute performance. A total of nine women have now come forward this month claiming the famed entertainer abused them. Scroll down for video Back in action: Bill Cosby made his return to the stage on Thursday night (above) performing in the Bahamas, in which he joked that he was 'an evil man' and that parents don't let their children near him +6 Back in action: Bill Cosby made his return to the stage on Thursday night (above) performing in the Bahamas, in which he joked that he was 'an evil man' and that parents don't let their children near him 'Evil man': Bill Cosby performed pretends to cry Thursday night during his first public appearance since multiple fresh rape allegations were leveled against him +6 'Evil man': Bill Cosby performed pretends to cry Thursday night during his first public appearance since multiple fresh rape allegations were leveled against him Moment Bill Cosby pretends to cry and jokes about being evil Coming forward: Actress Louisa Moritz is the latest alleged victim to come forward, claiming Cosby once forced her to perform oral sex on him +6 Angela Leslie, a model and actress, has come forward and alleged that Bill Cosby forced her to masturbate him after pouring her a strong drink in a Las Vegas hotel suite in 1992 +6 Coming forward: Actresses Louisa Moritz (left) and Angela Leslie (right) are the latest alleged victims to come forward claiming Cosby abused them. Moritz claims Cosby forced her to perform oral sex in 1971, while Leslie alleges he forced her to masturbate him in 1992 While lawyers have called the accusations unfounded, Cosby cancelled at least two major TV interviews in the last month in light of the allegations. He pulled out of scheduled slots with Queen Latifah and David Letterman and, when asked about the allegations in a November 6 interview with the Associated Press, said: 'There's no response ... I don't talk about it.' Wednesday's show was a benefit for a professional women's service organization called The Links, a non-profit which raises money for African-Americans in youth projects, the arts and health services. In a statement released Friday, The Links defended having Crosby as a guest, saying the booking was...