Looks like Bill Cosby’s admission that he purchased Quaaludes to “use” on women was enough to convince even his staunchest defender that Hey, this guy might be guilty.

Singer Jill Scott didn’t always think so—in November, as dozens of women came forward accusing Cosby of drugging and raping them, she took to Twitter in his defense.

Her support was apparently so valuable that Cosby turned to his own, now mostly-dormant Twitter account to publicly thank her and Whoopi Goldberg, who had also expressed doubt about whether Cosby’s 40-odd accusers were telling the truth.

But that’s all changed—Scott reversed course Monday, saying all she needed to believe Cosby might be guilty was for Cosby to literally admit to it. A defense attorney’s dream juror, to be sure, but maybe not the most reliable character witness:

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