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.
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, resum├â┬⌐, 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:
“He leaned me against the chest, raised the robe, and raped me.”
She said he continued his attack in the dining room, before showing her out of the building and abandoning her to travel back to New Jersey on her own.
The worst part about Dottye’s horrifying tale was that she actually heard from Bill the following day, claiming he continued his advances:
“Bill Cosby called me the next day not to see how I was but for phone sex! He tried to get me to do it but I was no longer under the influence of what I thought was only alcohol.”
And Donna, the second victim to speak out on Friday, alleged that in 2004 the famous TV father approached her while she was working at a track meet at the University of Pennsylvania.
She said he grabbed her from behind, claiming:
“He had his arm on my waist and forcefully pulled me onto his private area saying, ‘Hey, back that thing up here girl, back it on up!’ I felt his private parts against my backside. I cried out and tried to pull away from his vise-like grip on my waist.”
It’s so unnerving that so many women have come forward with traumatizing tales about such similar situations.
Back in August, the attorney had held another appearance, in which three other victims shared their chilling stories about the sitcom star.
These new accounts come not long after the scandalized celeb fired his high-profile lawyer, Martin Singer.
Gloria — who represents Judy — says she plans to interview Bill once again.
We applaud the bravery of the women who spoke out today, and hope they are able to obtain some closure.