Aug 05, 2022
Garcelle Beauvais opens up about including 'scary' encounter with Bill Cosby in memoir: 'There are stories in the book that I never talked about'
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Garcelle Beauvais has opened up about including her alleged 'scary' encounter with Bill Cosby in her new memoir Love Me As I Am.
The topic came up as Beauvais, 55, met up with Dorit Kemsley and revealed she was busy recording the audio version of her then yet-to-be released memoir on the latest episode of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills.
Beauvais admitted she was 'a little scared' releasing the book as she was 'telling stories that I've never told.'
'I'm a little scared': Garcelle Beauvais opened up about including her alleged encounter with Bill Cosby in her new memoir, Love Me As I Am
Beauvais said some of her stories 'may shock people' but was praised by Dorit for still including them.
She then mentioned Cosby by name in a confessional: 'There are stories in the book that I never talked about,' she admitted. 'I had an experience with Bill Cosby. That was really scary.'RELATED ARTICLES
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'There were things I thought I had peace around, and when writing the book I realized, "No, there's no peace around that, it's still haunting you,"' she added.
Garcelle opened up about her encounter with the star, which allegedly occurred during the 1980s, during an interview on Radio Andy earlier this year.
New book: Garcelle opened up about her encounter with the star, which allegedly occurred during the 1980s, during an interview on Radio Andy earlier this year
Garcelle, who was modeling in the 1980s, recalled she received word from her agency that the Grammy winner wanted her phone number.
'At the time, he was everybody's dad. He was bigger than life.'
The young actress agreed and quickly received a call from TV icon who, she said, told her 'I've seen you around and I think you'd be great for the show. I'm going to offer you a small part, but I also think education is really important.'
Small part: The RHOBH star claimed the TV icon tracked her down and offered her a small part on the top rated sitcom. Seen here as a nurse in a 1986 episode
The Coming to America star explained she thought the last part of the conversation was 'really weird' because 'someone that I didn't really know' thought she needed more education.
According to her IMDB page, the fledgling actress was cast in a 1986 episode of The Cosby Show as a nurse, but did not receive an on-screen credit.
Garcelle called the experience a 'cautionary tale about really listening to your gut instincts.'
Ran: Garcelle said she ran out of the comedian's house after her served in a drink claiming, ' I just didn't feel right. And something told me to get out of there'
She recollected being invited to the would-be mentor's home to discuss her career and education.
'I get there and he asked me if I want to have a drink and I, I was a baby. I was like, 'Sure.' And he gave me Sambuca. And I remember that very well because I, I didn't drink and I had never heard of Sambuca. And I remember taking a sip and not feeling great.'
'And I don't know, I just didn't feel right. And something told me to get out of there. And I literally got up and I ran out of there and I got into a cab and I went to my apartment and I was freaked out.'
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Glamorous Chicago woman is accused of fleecing hair salons out of $1,200 treatments by waiting until hairdresser is finished - then claiming she has to fill parking meter before fleeing
The woman, who has not been named and has not been charged by authorities, allegedly scammed salon owners Krysta Rojas and Lisa Caputo, who have both filed police reports against her.
The young woman allegedly gets her hair done and just as the appointment is about to finish, she asks the hairdresser to quickly dip out to pay her parking meter, leaving the establishments in the cape and hair clips to make it believable.
Her latest scam hit Base Salon in the West Loop, which is owned by Rojas, on Friday. The young woman reportedly had a five-hour appointment to get her hair colored, tallying a bill upward of $1,200.
Two salon owners have accuse a woman (pictured) of scamming them out of expensive hair appointments after she allegedly asked the hairdressers to dip out to pay a parking meter and never returning toward the end of her appointments
Base Loop salon owner Krysta Rojas had taken a video of the girl while she was in on Friday and later used the image to find her on social media
'Yes, [it's a] pretty high-end service,' Rojas told CBS News. 'I feel like people oftentimes think they can take advantage of small businesses.'
Rojas would later find out that the woman did the same thing her friend, Caputo, after finding her on social media.
She managed to match the suspected woman in the TikTok to the video she had taken in her salon that day.
The alleged scammer had posted a TikTok video of her wearing a cape from Salon 833, owned by Caputo, in River West.RELATED ARTICLES
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'She did the same thing to us [in May],' Caputo told CBS News. 'Toward the end of her service — her color was finished completely, started to blow dry – that's when the client asked if she could go pay her meter.'
She said it 'financially' hurt her business.
A third salon has also reportedly canceled the woman's upcoming appointment after finding out about her ruse online, CBS News claimed.
The woman's latest hit happened at Base Loop, which is owned by Krysta Rojas (left) on Friday, where she allegedly scammed the business owner out of $1,200. In May, she also ripped off Lisa Caputo (right) by using the same trick
Rojas only found out the woman was using the same trick after finding her on TikTok and seeing her Caputo's business Salon 833 featured in her video
Base Salon was scammed on Friday, according to Rojas
Now Rojas is criticizing the cheap woman, saying: 'This wasn't given to me. I worked really hard. No one gave me anything when I built this from the ground up.
'If you want nice things, you should work for them.'
The woman, who was contacted by CBS News, told the outlet 'my lawyer advised me not to make any comments going forward, because at this point we're definitely going to take legal action with a letter of cease and desist.'
She declined to comment on whether or not her accusers were wrong.Read more:
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