LAS VEGAS, NV - SEPTEMBER 26: Comedian/actor Bill Cosby performs at the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino on September 26, 2014
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Regardless of the claims from more than 50 women saying they were forced into unwanted sexual contact by Bill Cosby, the former Jell-O spokesman still thinks he has a career in Hollywood.

Page Six reports that the actor is fighting a defamation lawsuit filed in Massachusetts by seven women. Cosby's attorney, Angela Agrusa, is "urging a judge to seal documents that contain information about Cosby's negotiated compensation for his performances and other personal financial information" while the women suing argue that he has no future in show business.

"When Mr. Cosby is cleared he expects to resume his career," Argusa explained. "There is no reason to believe otherwise." Okay, tell that to all the networks and streaming services that refuse to even touch The Cosby Show now.

This year, two major stars came to the 79-year-old's defense: Kanye West wrote on Twitter, "BILL COSBY INNOCENT !!!!!!!!!!" while A$AP Rocky spoke to The Breakfast Club about being compassionate to the comedian.