Samuel L. Jackson wants Bill Cosby to come out with the truth about the allegations of over 30 women against him for sexual assault.

Actor Samuel L. Jackson, who worked as a camera stand-in for Bill Cosby for three years in the 1980s, is the latest celebrity to weigh-in on the sexual assault scandal that continues to engulf the comedian.

The Pulp Fiction star said on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live on Thursday: ‘I wish he would say something.’

‘Popular opinion would say, ”Where there’s smoke, there’s fire”,’ Jackson said, according to philly.com.

‘But, I mean, I can’t make a judgment about it.

‘I mean, I make my judgments because I have a daughter, I have a wife that I love.

‘I have a lot of women in my life, and I know, you know, women are vulnerable to society.

‘And people with power take advantage of people.’

The number of women who have accused Cosby, 77, of sexually assaulting them is now over 30.

Cosby has never directly addressed the allegations.

His lawyers and spokespeople have denied all accusations.

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