Bill Cosby’s Sickening Attacks Behind The Scenes Of ‘The Cosby Show’

Bill Cosby on “The Cosby Show”

Sex maniac Bill Cosby turned the set of “The Cosby Show” into a hunting ground for abusing innocent girls – shocking court documents obtained by The National ENQUIRER reveal!

“NBC and the producers – and everyone else – looked the other way while Bill was picking up women for his twisted sexual assaults,” a show insider confirmed.

“It would happen literally right in front of the show’s stars like Phylicia Rashad [who played his TV wife, Clair Huxtable] and Lisa Bonet [who played Denise, one of his TV daughters]. It was absolutely sick!”

The disgraced comedian even attacked a show co-star – Lachele Covington, then 20 – The ENQUIRER has learned.

She had performed as an extra on “Cosby,” after which the show’s star invited her to dinner at his Manhattan townhouse – where Cosby fondled her breasts and tried to put his hands down her pants, she complained to New York cops.

Her father, Joe, told The ENQUIRER: “If push comes to shove, my daughter will stand in a court of law and tell her story. He picked on the wrong girl!”

Sadly, Lachele was not alone in being subjected to the evil of Cosby: Our exclusive investigation uncovered the father of five – who played the charming Dr. Cliff Huxtable – preyed on countless ladies who visited the set of the beloved family sitcom.

The show was produced by veteran industry figures Marcy Carsey and Tom Werner – who, after a flood of women accused Cosby of drugging and raping them over the years, declared: “These news reports are beyond our knowledge or comprehension.”

NBC, which aired “The Cosby Show” for eight seasons from 1984 to 1992, issued a “no comment” when asked about their high-profile star’s sicko double life.

But privately Cosby has confessed to asking that young fashion models be brought to his dressing room on the show’s set at the Kaufman Astoria Studios in Queens, N.Y.

In a blockbuster court deposition obtained by The ENQUIRER, the shamed comic specified that they should be from out of town and “financially not doing well” – adding that his potential victims would be in for “a very, very good meal, probably better than anything they’ve had.”

One fashion model recruited was Jewel Allison, who said Cosby “ordered 20 or 30 models … like he was ordering Chinese food.”

She charged: You don’t order human beings like that. You don’t summon young women and girls to your home or dressing room for sexual exploitation.”

Jewel, now 52, bravely recounted her traumatic incident from the late ’80s when Cosby invited her back to his Upper East Side home – and then sexually assaulted her after slipping something into her wine!

“I took a few sips,” she recalled. “It had a horrible taste. And I started not feeling well … He walked me into the next room, where there was a mirror on the wall, and he told me to look at myself. Something was wrong with me. And then he took my right hand, and he put it behind my back … That was when I knew something sexual was going on.”

While Cosby has denied any wrongdoing, actor Joseph C. Phillips, who played Dr. Huxtable’s son-in-law, Lt. Martin Kendall, on “The Cosby Show,” recently blasted his former co-star.

In a blog post, he declared the 78-year-old was “guilty” of all that has been alleged.