Jay Leno attends 2th Annual Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Awards at NATPE 2015 at Fontainebleau Miami Beach on January 21, 2015 in Miami Beach, Florida. Aaron Davidson/Getty Images/AFP
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Leno, who stepped down as host of "The Tonight Show" last year, was asked at a National Association of Television Program Executives conference what he thought of the allegations against Cosby.At Wednesday's conference, Leno added that he supported the way the allegations against Cosby were brought into the spotlight, after standup comedian Hannibal Buress called Cosby a rapist during a performance last October.Leno's comments come after actor Malcolm-Jamal Warner, who played Cosby's son on television, told music trade magazine Billboard that he found it painful to hear the claims that the comedian sexually abused more than a dozen women.
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