Two more women have come forward to accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault.
According to the New York Daily News, Cosby invited them for drinks and dinner, like he did so many of the other women who allege that the comedian sexually assaulted them in the past 50 years.
“He made me kneel down,” said Elizabeth, the flight attendant, a small-town Illinois woman of 20 when she met Cosby on a coast-to-coast flight in 1976. “I don’t want to repeat what happened next… All I know is this was the most horrifying thing that could ever happen to a young woman.”
Elizabeth says when she arrived for dinner Cosby had already poured her a glass of sake and encouraged her to drink. She then passed out and woke up in a Los Angeles hotel room with Cosby nude except for a bathrobe and he arranged for his chauffeur to take her home in his Rolls Royce.
“I was throwing up,” she said. “The driver told me, ‘You’re not the first one.’”
The comedian sent her flowers after the incident, she turned them away.
Charlotte Fox was a 23-year-old extra in the 1974 film Uptown Saturday Night starring Cosby, Sidney Poitier and Harry Belafonte.
Fox says one night Cosby invited her to a jazz club and then back to the Playboy Mansion for dinner and drinks. She felt “woozy and sick” and awoke naked in a bed at Hugh Hefner’s Holmby Hills house.
“There was Mr. Cosby crawling from the bottom of the bed,” she said. “I was incapacitated, and I couldn’t say no. He engaged in sexual activity with me. It was not consensual.”
Fox had to find her own way home after the incident and when she saw Cosby again on a different film set she says Cosby “looked right through me.”
Fox joins three other women who say the comedian sexually assaulted them inside the Playboy Mansion.
Cosby is scheduled to testify in a deposition on October 9 from a civil lawsuit charging that he sexually assaulted a 15-year-old girl at Hefner’s Playboy mansion in 1974.
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