I suspect he was a target of some scheme by his Hollywood masters. I am sure he was screwing around and used a drug--he said he did--but he said it wasn't secretive.
I just feel it was really weird how all these cases came out decades later--and yet only a couple of them are famous--the rest are obscure. One of them (a Playboy model) gave testimony after dying!
He wasn't Sidney Poitier or Harry Belafonte in the looks department but it's weird that only a couple are semi-famous. Also Phylicia Rashad was standing by him--she was around him a lot and you would think such behavior would be documented by someone else he worked with.
What's funny is--I think the Cosby case caused the Weinstein avalanche in social media which they did not expect. I think social media allowed for all the victims to come forward-and unlike Cosby-they were mostly famous. They couldn't stop it--once one started speaking then the others chimed in.
Peter Jackson confirmed that Sorvino and Judd were blacklisted--I wonder if he has given up on Hollywood now.
"Learn from me, if not by my precepts, at least by my example, how dangerous is the acquirement of knowledge and how much happier that man is who believes his native town to be the world, than he who aspires to become greater than his nature will allow." Frankenstein