Bill Cosby has been in the news lately for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman in the past while he was a trustee at Temple University. On last week he walked free after a judge called a mistrial when the jury became deadlocked 10-2, in a decision that could have sent the 79-year-old actor/comedian to jail.

According to TMZ, spokespersons for Cosby, Andrew Wyatt and Ebonee Benson from Alabama, announced that he will host a series of town hall meetings with young people to talk to them about sexual assault and how to not only avoid it, but also how to avoid being accused of it. The seminar will explain how a potential victim should “look our for warning signs," and how to “handle accusations that could follow.”

Cosby will reportedly start the tour in July, with an emphasis on athletes who need to “know what they’re facing when they’re hanging out and partying, when they’re doing certain things that shouldn’t be doing,” said Wyatt.

If the allegations of sexual assault are in fact true, conducting these seminars is as bold as when OJ Simpson wrote and published the cancelled 2007 book “If I Did It.”

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