Recently, Johnson came forth and said Cosby drugged her in the mid-1980s in his NYC home. But Singer told CNN to get in contact with her boyfriend of four years, Mark Burk, who is telling a different story.
Singer claimed Burk said, “[Johnson] never said a negative statement about Bill Cosby throughout their entire four year relationship.”
Singer added, “Burk told CNN that to the contrary, Ms. Johnson stated that she was an admirer of Bill Cosby and only said great things about Mr. Cosby.”
Nevertheless, Singer claimed CNN is manipulating the interviews. When the reporter tried to get Burk to change his claim, he wouldn’t. Then, the reporter cancelled his interview.
“Accusers are being given a national platform by CNN without first exercising the most rudimentary journalistic investigation as to their claims and motivations,” Singer wrote in the letter.
Read the letter here.