The Cosby Show star pressed on with his live shows despite a series of accusations from more than 30 women who have accused the funnyman of attacking them over the years, and he brought the tour to a close in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday (02May15).

Lili Bernard, who made an appearance on the comic's popular TV show in 1992, went public with her own claims against Cosby on Friday (01May15) at a press conference in New York, and a day later she joined a group of protesters outside the Atlanta show.

She stood outside the city's Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre along with other demonstrators, who held placards and chanted the word "Shame", and handed out copies of the statement she read out at her press conference.

Bernard's lawyer Gloria Allred also attended the protest, and told CNN.com, "It's very important that we're here because this may be his last concert. This may be his last stand on his Far From Finished 2015 concert tour and we're not finished with Bill Cosby."

Cosby, 77, who has denied the allegations through his lawyers, also faced protests during his final show as he was heckled by a woman in the audience.