Ex-NBC Employee Who Brought Women To Cosby’s Dressing Room: ‘I Felt Like a Pimp’ (Video)

Ninety-year-old ex NBC employee Frank Scotti appears on Monday’s “Today”

Last Updated: November 24, 2014 @ 1:26 PM

The Bill Cosby sexual abuse storm keeps raging, and an ex-NBC employee who routinely brought women to Cosby’s dressing room officially went-on camera Monday to provide further accusations against Cosby.

“I felt like a pimp,” Frank Scotti, told Kate Snow Monday morning on the “Today” show. “Every time he had somebody I had to watch, I had the girl stay there. I felt dirty.”

Scotti was a former employee of NBC New entertainment who routinely brought women to Cosby’s dressing room. He doesn’t know what happened inside with Cosby and the women, but he was asked to guard the door. Scotti also was asked to send money to the women over the years–in some occasions thousands of dollars a month.

“I just felt he’s just not the person I thought he was,” Scotti continued.

Cosby’s attorney told the “Today” show: “It appears that his story is pure speculation so he can get his 15 minutes of fame.”

Insiders told TheWrap ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, BET, PBS, Yahoo’s, and various other media outlets are working overtime to try and secure an interview with Cosby this week where he will address the growing accusations of sexual abuse and drugging by over a dozen women.

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