Just a week after numerous sexual assault accusations against five-time Emmy – winner Bill Cosby, casinos in both Las Vegas and Arizona has canceled two of his upcoming stand-up shows.
The 77-year-old comedian was booked to perform at the Treasure Island hotel-casino in Las Vegas on Nov. 28 but that show has now been canceled, Variety has affirmed. Cosby was also booked to perform at the Desert Diamond in Tucson, Arizona for Feb. 15, 2015.
People who bought tickets with a credit card will automatically be repaid, and those who paid in cash will have to return to the casinos get a refund.
Still, on Thursday, the humorist, who became a cultural icon in the 1980s for NBC’s “Cosby Show,” took the stage in the Bahamas where he made no discuss of the sexual attack complaints.
Cosby has yet to personally respond to the allegations and went on to perform on Friday in Melbourne, Florida, and the show was sold-out.
This is not the first time the actor has experienced public accusations. In 2006, Cosby settled a civil suit with another woman who charged him of sexual attacks, according to the Associated Press, and the past supermodel Janice Dickinson charged him of drugging and raping her in a 2002 autobiography.