The list just keeps getting longer.
On Friday, two more women made allegations against Bill Cosby.
The victims, identified as Donna Barrett and Dottye, opened up about their experiences with the 78-year-old during a New York press conference held by lawyer Gloria Allred.
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Dottye claimed that she had missed an open call audition for The Cosby Show in 1984 because she was taking a trip, but said she was eventually able to send her headshot, resumé, and letter of consideration to the program's star.
The victim then revealed that she heard back from the actor, who invited her to his NY abode to try out for the role. Dottye claims that he gave her a drink when she got there, and proceeded to spin her around.
"Once he stopped spinning me I was dizzy and disoriented, and sick. Within seconds I began to vomit all over myself and his rug. I felt ashamed."
The lady continued by saying that Bill took her clothes off, bathed her, and then gave her a clean robe to wear. She said she remembers being near a chest, and described the scary story of her next moments with her alleged assaulter, adding:
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