Bill Cosby was accosted Monday morning by a topless protester – who had the words “Women’s Lives Matter” painted on her body – as he walked into court for his sex assault retrial.
The woman hurtled over a barricade and charged toward the disgraced comedian – before she was grabbed by sheriff’s deputies outside the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pennsylvania.
The half-naked protester, who wasn’t immediately identified, was arrested.
She had other phrases in black and red all over her body.
Cosby, who was on the arm of his publicist Andrew Wyatt, seemed startled by the commotion but didn’t come in contact with the woman. He was led into the courthouse after the woman was taken away in handcuffs.
The 80-year-old funnyman is on trial for allegedly drugging and molesting former Temple University basketball administrator Andrea Constand at his home in 2004.
His first trial ended last year with a hung jury.
With Post Wires