More than 30 women have accussed Bill Cosby of raping them and the actor has remained quiet -- until now.
On Friday, ABC News reported that Cosby spoke to them for the first time since he was accussed of assaulting more than three dozen women.
The actor is reportedly preparing to speak to students regarding their education and is expecting backlash.
"I think that many of them may say, 'Well, you are a hypocrite. You say one thing, you say another,'" he told Davis. "My point is, 'OK, listen to me carefully. I'm telling you where the road is out. I'm telling you where, as you drive, you are going to go into the water. Now, you want to go here or you want to be concerned about who is giving you the message?'"
Though his legal team has issued a number of denials, Cosby himself has not been criminally charged and has not spoken about the lawsuits against him.
"It's interesting. When I talk to people they will say, 'This is a situation that's unprecedented.' I, my family, my friends, I have been in this business 52 years," he said. "I've never seen anything like this. And reality is the situation. And I can't speak," Cosby said.
Despite these allegations, Cosby is hoping to return to television as he did back when The Cosby Show was a popular nighttime show.
"I really know about what I want to do tomorrow -- in the tomorrows that follow," he said. "I have a ton of ideas to put on television for a series about people and their behavior and their love for each other."