Three more women come forward to accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault.
On Thursday three more women publicly came forward to accuse Bill Cosby of having drugged and then sexually assaulted them. The women Janice Baker Kinney, Marcella Tate and Autumn Burns claim veteran comedian Bill Cosby sexually assaulted them decades ago in separate incidents.
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All three of the women are being represented by the attorney Gloria Allred and they claim the 77 year old comedian assaulted them at different times during 1970 to 1982.
The news of new allegations came forward after the comedian Bill Cosby has been getting ready for his final US comedy tour. Over the past year more than three dozen women have claimed Bill Cosby sexually assaulted them in one way or another and all of them are being represented by the attorney Allred.
One of the women Kinney related she met Cosby in May 1982 while working at Harrah's in Reno, Nevada, when she was 24 years old. Kinney went to Cosby’s home with a friend and he gave her some pills, Kinney later woke up mortified and naked in bed with Cosby who told her to keep the encounter to herself.
Similarly Burns met Cosby in 1970 in Las Vegas when she was 20 years old and after being invited to his suite she was offered a drink. Burns states after drinking she started feeling woozy and the comedian forced her into sexual acts.
Tate on the other hand was a 27 years old model when she met Cosby in Chicago in 1975 and Cosby also gave her a drink which left her drugged and took her to the Playboy Mansion.
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Cosby is most famous for his role as Dr. Cliff Huxtable on the ‘Cosby Show’ and was never charged for any allegation on sexual misconduct and his lawyer Marty Singer has called the recent claims made by multiple women as ‘Defamatory’.