LAPD to investigate all sexual accusations against Bill Cosby

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LOS ANGELES, California - The sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby will remain center stage for the 77-year-old comedian.

The scandal has gone from bad to worse.  Not even Cosby's star on the Walk of Fame is safe.  The word rapist was tagged on his spot.

Now, the Los Angeles Police Department will be looking into a number of claims against Cosby, no matter how old they are.

"Once the statute is expired, it's expired.  It could be used in civil recourse or a number of other things.  We address these things seriously and it's not just because this is Mr. Cosby," LAPD Chief Charlie Beck claimed.

The LAPD, also, says they won't turn anyone away who comes forward.

So far, approximately twenty women have come forward in recent weeks accusing Cosby of drugging and raping them decades ago.

"He is a serial rapist; and he has fooled everybody in this country and around the world for years," claims PJ Masten, a new accuser who has come forward after hearing of Judy Huth's lawsuit against Cosby.