Lisa Bonet has joined fellow Cosby Show star Raven-Symone in not commenting on the Bill Cosby sexual assault allegations, and the cryptic posts she allegedly tweeted regarding the situation are fake. Bonet has no social media accounts, according to her rep.
One of the comments posted that many believed to have originated from Lisa Bonet read, "According to the karma of past actions, one’s destiny unfolds, even though everyone wants to be so lucky...Nothing stays in the dark 4ever!"
It came from an unverified Twitter account and has since been removed from the social media site.
Did Lisa Bonet actually Twitter-slam Bill Cosby? http://t.co/OdxRXlPtWt
— CBS Entertainment (@CBSShowbiz) November 24, 2014
Lisa Bonet "continues to have no comment on the subject" of sexual-assault allegations being made against Bill Cosby, her rep said.
Raven-Symone--while refusing to comment--shared an Instagram post, insisting that she was always treated well while a child actress on The Cosby Show.
Raven-Symone posted the photo and request to be left alone following a story that alleged she, too, was one of Bill Cosby's purported victims.
Lisa Bonet played second-oldest child Denise Huxtable on The Cosby Show as well as on its spinoff, A Different World. Raven-Symone played Olivia Kendall--Denise Huxtable's stepdaughter.
Lisa Bonet denies slamming Bill Cosby on Twitter http://t.co/PwwY80Ek5d
— TIME.com (@TIME) November 24, 2014
While some may wonder if both Lisa Bonet and Raven-Symone are among the ranks of women who were allegedly paid off for their silence by Bill Cosby and his team, there has been nothing published or verified that indicates anything of the sort.