Here's the evidence a fired Blizzard developer's 'Cosby Suite' existed

Activision Blizzard employees today walk out over claims of sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. Kotaku released a report supporting allegations that a fired developer had a hotel suite named for Bill Cosby.California sued Blizzard last week for gender discrimination. The claims include Alex Afrasiabi being named as the former senior creative director of World of Warcraft. According to the suit, Afrasiabi was accused of harassing and sexually harassing female employees. He also allegedly rented a hotel room at BlizzCon 2013, which was nicknamed "The Cosby Suite" by other employees.Although neither the Kotakus report or the California lawsuit claim that anyone was sexually abused in the Cosby Suite specifically, it is becoming increasingly obvious that the suite was real. You can see that alleged Blizzard developers are holding up a frame photo of Bill Cosby as you can see in the above picture. Kotaku claims that the suite was a spot for informal networking at BlizzCon... where people would go to hang out with top designers and make connections. However, Cosby was already facing multiple sexual assault allegations at the time. Other sources seem to have understood it to be a reference.Kotaku claims it has a Facebook album with photos from the suite and comments of a sexual character. It also contains screenshots of a chat with several Blizzard developers who identify themselves as members of the BlizzCon Crew. Sources attest to the existence a boys club. In comments, a former Blizzard designer claimed that he had collected the hot chixx to use for the Coz.Although it is not clear how serious BlizzCon Cosby Crews' statements were, Activision Blizzard confirmed that Afrasiabi was terminated after being made aware of the allegations. This is something that the company had not previously made public.Kotaku has the complete report.