LAS VEGAS - Officials at the Treasure Island hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip say they've mutually agreed with comedian Bill Cosby to cancel his upcoming performance there amid a growing number of sexual assault allegations.
The cancellation was announced Friday, a day after a Florida woman came forward to say Cosby drugged and raped her after a Las Vegas show in 1976. She's the fourth woman in recent weeks to make similar allegations.
Treasure Island spokeswoman Michelle Knoll said "it wasn't a good time" for the Nov. 28 performance. She added that ticketholders will be given refunds.
All tickets will be refunded through the outlet where they were purchased. If tickets were purchased through Treasure Island, please call 1-800-392-1999 or 702-894-7722. If tickets were purchased through a third party, such as Expedia or vegas.com, please contact that vendor directly.
Other companies have recently distanced themselves from the comedian, including Netflix and NBC.
Cosby's lawyer has said the charges are false and outlandish.
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