TARRYTOWN, N.Y. – Bill Cosby has agreed to offer refunds for those who want to boycott the comedian's shows at the Tarrytown Music Hall in light of recent sex abuse allegations, LoHud.com reports.
Cosby’s two shows on Dec. 6 were booked by AM Productions, which in turn rents out the theater. If the Tarrytown Music Hall were to cancel, they would have owed AM Productions $120,000, according to a report earlier this week in Daily Voice. Click here for Daily Voice's previous story.
Though many were upset with the theater and vowed to boycott the show, Tarrytown Music Hall wasn’t allowed to issue refunds until “The Cosby Show” father agreed to it.
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