Sources told the paper that Cosby is shelling out six-figure payments for information that can discredit the more than two dozen women who have come forward and accused the comedian of sexually assaulting them, including supermodel Beverly Johnson, since October.
Cosby allegedly told his legal and public relations team, "If you're going to say to the world that I did this to you, then the world needs to know, 'What kind of person are you? Who is this person that's saying it?'"
A source who was present in the meeting between Cosby and his team told Page Six that Cosby specifically mentioned Johnson when he said, "You can't say that I put something in your coffee, threw you in a cab and then you go on and live a high-profile life, a famous life and you never complain."
Cosby's investigators reportedly discovered that Johnson never told her live-in boyfriend about the alleged rape, and that she only said good things about the comedian when describing him to her boyfriend.
Another accuser, Katherine McKee, who is an ex-girlfriend of the late Sammy Davis Jr., said Cosby raped her in the 1970s. According to Page Six, investigators have found evidence online that she previously published glowing reviews of Cosby's stand-up and an interview that said she was "used to lying."