Bill Cosby, currently facing charges for sexually assaulting Temple University employee Andrea Constand in 2004, arrived at a Pennsylvania courthouse Monday morning with 38-year-old actress Keshia Knight Pulliam, who played his youngest daughter Rudy Huxtable on The Cosby Show, by his side. In January 2015, Pulliam was "fired" by current U.S. President Donald Trump on an episode of The Celebrity Apprentice for not reaching out to her former TV dad for a charity donation. The episode was taped before the many rape accusations against Cosby began to mount, but aired amidst the growing uproar. Asked by the Today show's Savannah Guthrie to weigh in on the allegations from dozens of women, Pulliam said, “All I can speak to is the man that I know and I love. Ultimately, they’re just that, allegations. You know, it’s very much been played out in the court of public opinion. But we’re still in America, where ultimately you’re innocent until proven guilty. I wasn’t there. That’s just not the man I know. So I can’t speak to it.” Trump defended his decision to kick her off the show, tweeting, "This show was taped just before the terrible Bill Cosby revelations came to light. She still should have asked him for money-goes to charity."