Bill Cosby, photographed in court before a verdict was read against him in April, saw his star on the Walk of Fame shattered on Monday
The Bill Cosby star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was vandalized with the words "serial rapist" on Monday according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
The authorities took a report of vandalism and there are security cameras, but so far no suspects have been identified, according to ABC News.
The star of the Cosby Walk of Fame was also defaced in 2014, when someone wrote the word & # 39; rapist & # 39; when the old accusations against the actor resurfaced.
The new vandalism has been cleaned since then.
The 81-year-old comedian, who was convicted on 26 April for aggravated indecent assault, was accused of drugging and assaulting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand at her home near Philadelphia in 2004.
He is back in court later this month for sentencing.
The new weeks-long trial included the testimony of five other women who were among the dozens to accuse Cosby of similar sexual misconduct.
The former television star, once known as "the daddy of the United States" for her portrayal of the gentle Dr. Cliff Huxtable on "The Cosby Show," is now under house arrest with a GPS ankle waiting for a sentence.
& # 39; Raped in series & # 39; Cosby was found guilty of drugging and sexually Andrea Constand, has had similar accusations against him by dozens of women
In July, the Montgomery County district attorney's office that prosecuted Cosby requested a hearing on Tuesday so a judge could make the final decision on whether the 81-year-old comedian should be considered sexually violent.
You only have permission to visit doctors or lawyers before your September 24 hearing. Cosby faces up to 10 years in prison, but his representatives have said he plans to appeal.
The report of the Sex Offender Evaluation Board, which examined 14 different criteria, is not public.
The copies are given to the prosecutor, the defense attorney and the court before the hearing and it is likely that the board advisor will testify about how he made the recommendation.
State law already requires that Cosby be registered as a sex offender due to the nature of the allegation of which he was convicted.
The classification of sexually violent predators would require more treatment in jail and greater notification to neighbors at the time of release.
A person considered a predator is subject to a life of mandatory monthly counseling by a sex offender with a treatment provider approved by the state board.