It’s enough to make Cliff Huxtable blush.
The topless woman who charged toward Bill Cosby Monday morning outside a suburban Philadelphia courthouse is an actress who appeared in four episodes of “The Cosby Show,” sources said.
Nicolle Rochelle is led away by cops.NurPhoto via Getty Images
Nicolle Rochelle had the words “Women’s Lives Matter” scrawled in red on her body when she hurtled over a barricade around 8:35 a.m. and ran toward the disgraced comedian, her right fist in the air, outside the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pennsylvania.
She was grabbed by sheriff’s deputies after only coming within feet of Cosby, who was on the arm of his publicist Andrew Wyatt.
Rochelle, 38, was arrested and charged with summary disorderly conduct. She also had the first names of some of Cosby’s alleged victims, including Andrea Constand, who the 80-year-old funnyman is accused of drugging and molesting in 2004.
The Little Falls, New Jersey, resident – who was released – faces no jail time but could be fined.
Credited as Nicole Leach, she appeared alongside Cosby in minor roles on “The Cosby Show” between 1990 and 1992, according to her IMDB page.
S he has also had bit parts on “Chappelle’s Show,” “Law & Order” and “NYPD Blue.”
Rochelle has been outspoken about the allegations against Cosby, who’s been accused by at least 60 women of drugging and sexually assaulting them.
In a photo posted on Facebook, she wears Cosby’s “Hello Friend” hoodie — but with the word “friend” crossed out and replaced with “rapist.”
“In honor of the first day of the Bill Cosby retrial, I went by the address where they filmed The Cosby Show exterior in New York City,” Rochelle captioned the photo. “LET’S HOPE JUSTICE WILL FINALLY BE SERVED !”
The outburst Monday morning prompted Wyatt to urge court officials to increase security outside the courthouse.
“It’s a different world. Things have changed,” Wyatt said, referring to recent mass shootings and other episodes. “You never know who’s going to want to make a name for themselves.”
Co sby’s first trial ended last year with a hung jury.
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