_NBC Employee Paid Off & Bring Women To Bill Cosby

An ex-NBC employee says he helped pay off and bring women to Bill Cosby. The employee named Frank Scotti claims that Cosby invited young models to his dressing room as he guarded the door. Read more on the story after the jump!

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Retired NBC Employee, Frank Scotti, now 90, was a facilities manager in the studio where “The Cosby Show” was originally taped. Scotti assisted Cosby through much of his career by delivering thousands of dollars to eight different women during 1989-90. One of the women include Shawn Thompson, whose daughter, Autumn Jackson claimed that Cosby was her dad. He is said to have paid Thompson over $100,000 throughout the years after their affair began in 1974. When Cosby wanted a Queens apartment for one of the model’s, Scotti helped arranged the deal with Donald Trump’s brother. He says he issued out payments of up to $2,000 a month for the women. In an interview with the Daily News Scotti said, “He had everybody fooled…nobody suspected.”

Scotti says he decided to speak out as the rape allegations against Cosby grow louder. He states, “I felt sorry for the women…I was suspicious that something was going on…I suspected that he was having sex with them because the other person he was sending money to (Thompson) he was definitely having sex with…why else would he be sending money?…he was sending these women $2,000 a month. What else could I think?” Scotti believes Cosby was sleeping with every women who received money from him. Cosby wanted Scotti to pay the women using the money orders in his own name. He saved many of the copies of money orders which detailed his payouts to four of the women who claimed to be raped by Cosby. He also sent money to a woman to help cover for her son to attend private school for Cosby. Scotti recalled, “I did a lot of crazy things for him…he was covering himself by having my name on it. It was a coverup. I realized it later.”

Scotti goes on to say that Cosby also had an arrangement with a modeling agency in Manhattan where the owner would send young women as young as 16 to his dressing room and he would stand by. He says, “I used to like him, but that’s the reason I quit him after so many years — because of the girls…he was a very selfish person…he thought he was a genius. He thought he was better than everybody else.” Cosby’s lawyer Martin Singer, says…“what evidence does he have of Mr. Cosby’s involvement?…how would Scotti know if a woman was a model or a secretary? It appears that his story is pure speculation so that he can get his 15 minutes of fame.”