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Following the rise of dozens of sexual assault allegations against entertainment mogul Bill Cosby, it has come to light that he no longer serves on Hampton University’s board of trustees.

The historically black university released a statement to 13News Now on Wednesday: “For decades, Bill Cosby supported Hampton University as an institution of higher education, including serving on its board of trustees. He no longer serves on the board.”

The actor and stand-up comedian currently faces three felony counts of sexual-related assault. He was charged, arraigned and booked on Dec. 30 on charges he drugged and assaulted Andrea Constand at his suburban Philadephia home 12 years ago. His first court date in the case has been set for Feb. 2.

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