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The public uproar surrounding decades-old sexual abuse allegations against Bill Cosby have not yet affected his scheduled stand-up tour.
Multiple venues contacted by The Hollywood Reporter stated that the performer is still set to take the stage as planned, including at the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas, where he will perform on Thursday.
Cosby is also still slated to perform on Nov. 28 at the Treasure Island in Las Vegas and on Nov. 29 at the Capitol Theatre in Yakima, Wash., with tickets still available for both. He has tour dates scheduled through May 2015.
The legendary comedian continues to face sexual assault allegations from years past. A new allegation came on Tuesday when former supermodel Janice Dickinson alleged Cosby raped her in 1982. These claims have resulted in NBC dropping a planned series, Netflix shelving a comedy special and TV Land pulling repeats of The Cosby Show.
Cosby has denied the allegations through statements from his reps and legal counsel.
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