Janice Dickinson continues her assault against Bill Cosby.
On Monday, the model appeared on Nancy Grace to defend her rape allegation against the comedian, and to take a stand for all sexually assaulted women.
[ Video: Janice Speaks Out About Accusing Bill Of Rape On CNN! ]
This is getting real heated!
Following Don Lemon's CNN interview with five of Bill Cosby's rape accusers, Janice Dickinson joined Bill Cosby: A Legend Under Fire to share her side of the accusations.
And she was pissed!!!
This is so deeply upsetting.
Bill Cosby remains silent as the accusations against him (over a dozen now) continue to pile up.
After talking to Entertainment Tonight and accusing the Cosby Show star of raping her back in 1982, Janice Dickinson recently sat down in another interview with CNN to retell her story.
The 59-year-old supermodel recalled the night she was allegedly drugged and sexually assault by the actor.
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Janice's story is very similar to many of the other women that have gone public — just so sad.
Watch her tearful interview with CNN (below):
Bill Cosby has remained silent about the newest sexual assault claims against him, but he didn't always keep quiet on the topic.
The now 77-year-old comedian — who has dodged allegations of misconduct for decades — spoke out in a 2005 interview with The National Enquirer.
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RadarOnline.com posted audio from that interview on Wednesday, depicting a defiant and frustrated Cosby on the defense.
In the first part of the recording, Cosby seemed to play the victim himself, asking
Bill Cosby may not be speaking out about all of these rape allegations anytime soon, but his attorney is fighting against them on his behalf.
Janice Dickinson is the fourth woman to come out and accuse the former Cosby Show actor of sexually assaulting her, and Bill's lawyer isn't buying it one bit.
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In a letter to The Wrap, Marty Singer quoted a passage from the model's autobiography and a 2002 interview, saying she reportedly stated that the comedian "blew her off" after a dinner they had together because he wouldn't sleep with her.
The celebrity attorney is saying current claims do not add up to her previous stories: