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Bill Cosby's Creepy 2003 Interview With Sofia Vergara Is Almost Unbearable To Watch

The Huffington Post The Huffington Post 27/10/2015 Carly Ledbetter
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Disgraced comedian Bill Cosby has been accused of drugging and sexually assaulting dozens of women

As countless victims come forward, many schools and former allies have cut ties with the comedian, while some former co-stars have come forward to talk about uncomfortable encounters they had with Cosby. 

And in a new clip unearthed by Latina, viewers get a chance to watch a creepy 2003 interview between Cosby and a then relatively unknown Sofia Vergara. Cosby was part of a group of hosts filling in for David Letterman on "The Late Show" while Letterman dealt with health issues. 

Every minute of the interview is unbearable, as Cosby stares down Vergara, commenting on everything from her outfit to the fact that she makes him "excited." And to make matters worse, Cosby plops down next to Vergara in a guest seat, instead of sitting at Letterman's desk. 

"S-I-N is sin," Cosby says as Vergara looks on uncomfortably. "Men look at you, and they only think of sin ... Now what you have on tonight is wonderful. This is wonderful. And when you walked out, many, uh, many people became attentive." 

Cosby continues, and begins to lean in closer to Vergara to speak to her. 

"You make me feel young again," he says, speaking in a Spanish accent. "You make me feel very, um, excited. Look at me." 

Watch the entire interview below: 

After the video began circulating again, Vergara fired back at claims that she was another one of Cosby's victims. 

A Spanish radio station tweeted out the below, which in English reads, "A video of an interview of Bill Cosby and a young Sofia Vergara came out. It's rumored if she could've been one of his victims." 

Vergara tweeted back at the radio station, which in English reads, "Respect people. Stop making up nonsense." 

Cosby admitted in a 2005 deposition to drugging women women with the intention of having sex with them. He has never been charged with a crime. 

 

H/T Latina

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