Bill Cosby wants to teach young men how to avoid being accused of sexual assault.
The announcement comes only a week after a jury failed to decide whether he himself was guilty of sexual assault.
Andrew Wyatt and Ebonee Benson, Cosby's spokespeople, revealed the eyebrow-raising plans on an Alabama morning TV show.
"This issue can affect any young person, especially young athletes of today," said Wyatt. "They need to know what they're facing when they're hanging out and partying."
The 79-year-old Fat Albert star wants to do a series of town hall meetings aimed at youths.
Cosby has denied sexually assaulting dozens of women, who claim the comedian drugged and took advantage of them. Only one case, that of Andrea Constand, went to trial - the rest of the alleged incidents happened too long ago, falling outside the statute of limitations.
"Is this sort of a, 'Do as I say, not as I do,' sort of thing?" the Good Day Alabama host asked as Wyatt laughed nervously.
"A brush against a shoulder, anything at this point can be considered sexual assault, and it's a good thing to be educated about the laws," said Benson.
Prosecutors have vowed to retry Cosby. USA Today reported on Friday (NZ time) 10 of the 12 jurors wanted him convicted, with one of the jurors anonymously telling the newspaper the two holdouts weren't going to budge "no matter what".
One juror apparently became so enraged during the deliberations, they punched a concrete wall.
In 2005, Cosby admitted using Quaaludes to drug women in order to have sex with them.