Recent rape allegations against Bill Cosby have had a rippling effect on the 77-year-old comedy legend.
Following the allegations, the comedian's Netflix special has been postponed.
"At this time we are postponing the launch of the new stand-up comedy special 'Bill Cosby 77,'" a Netflix spokesperson said in a statement to Access Hollywood.
Additionally, Access has confirmed that a Cosby project at NBC is also now no longer in development.
On Wednesday, a lawyer for Cosby denied Janice Dickinson's Tuesday claim that she was assaulted by the star in 1982.
"Janice Dickinson’s story accusing Bill Cosby of rape is a lie. There is a glaring contradiction between what she is claiming now for the first time and what she wrote in her own book and what she told the media back in 2002. Ms. Dickinson did an interview with the New York Observer in September 2002 entitled 'Interview With a Vamp' completely contradicting her new story about Mr. Cosby," Cosby's attorney Marty Singer's statement read.
"That interview a dozen years ago said 'she didn’t want to go to bed with him and he blew her off.' Her publisher Harper Collins can confirm that no attorney representing Mr. Cosby tried to kill the alleged rape story (since there was no such story) or tried to prevent her from saying whatever she wanted about Bill Cosby in her book. The only story she gave 12 years ago to the media and in her autobiography was that she refused to sleep with Mr. Cosby and he blew her off. Documentary proof and Ms. Dickinson’s own words show that her new story about something she now claims happened back in 1982 is a fabricated lie," Singer's statement continued.
Dickinson first claimed 12 years ago in her 2002 memoir, "No Lifeguard on Duty: The Accidental Life of the World's First Supermodel," that Cosby flew her to his home in Lake Tahoe to discuss her career and following dinner, when she refused his advances, Cosby blew her off.
"He waved both hands in front of my face, silencing me. Then he gave me the dirtiest, meanest look in the world, stepped into his suite, and slammed the door in my face," she wrote.
Then in a 2006 interview with Howard Stern, she claimed she was pressured to leave out her alleged Cosby sexual assault story from the 2002 memoir.
"Bill Cosby was the only guy I couldn't write about in the book because Harper Collins is afraid of lawsuits," she told Howard.
But now in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Dickinson is claiming that Cosby gave her a pill and sexually assaulted her.
A rep for Dickinson had no comment when contacted by Access on Wednesday. Access also reached out to HarperCollins for comment.
Despite the numerous allegations and the headlines Cosby has made this week, Access has confirmed that a Friday performance at the King Center in Melbourne, Florida, and his Las Vegas performance on November 28 will take place.
No charges have been filed against Cosby. On Monday, Cosby's lawyer, John P. Schmitt, released a statement.
"Over the last several weeks, decade-old, discredited allegations against Mr. Cosby have resurfaced. The fact that they are being repeated does not make them true. Mr. Cosby does not intend to dignify these allegations with any comment," Schmitt's statement read.
-- Jesse Spero