The former Voice coach, who plead no contest to drugging a woman's drink earlier this year, told TMZ that those who are assuming Cosby is guilty aren't being "fair."
"He hasn't said anything. Which is also to some an admission of guilt, as well. It just doesn't seem fair any way you slice it," Green said.
"You can't defend yourself in that capacity. You just have to let facts be facts and so on and so forth. The facts have to speak the loudest," he continued. "With that being said, none of this seems fair. But of course, for any victim in the situation it's highly unfair. It's not for me to judge him. I definitely can't judge him. It's just unfortunate because he's so beloved to so many."
The woman who claimed Green drugged her drink with Ecstasy also accused the singer of sexual assault, but prosecutors concluded there was insufficient evidence for a charge. Green later tweeted that, "Women who have really been raped REMEMBER!!!"
Many of the 20-plus women who have accused Cosby of rape claim the comedian gave them pills before the assault.
Watch Green discuss Cosby below: