He is done.
Their stories remained a secret for decades, because they feared no one would believe them if they spoke out.
Now, nearly 60 years since Bill Cosby’s first alleged sexual assault, a group of women who say ‘America’s favorite dad’ attacked them have come forward to reveal their harrowing experiences.
The 35 women, ranging in age from their early 20s to 80, have bravely agreed to be pictured for an issue of New York magazine, set to be published on Monday, while revealing the details of their encounter with the disgraced comedian.
The waitresses, actresses, Playboy bunnies, journalists and writers described how they were allegedly drugged, raped or molested by the star.
Some of the 46 women who have made claims against Cosby did not take part in the issue.
The claims span experiences from the 1960s all the way to 2008, when Chloe Gains, 24, said the embattled film star spiked her drink during a party at the Playboy mansion.
They stepped forward as a group just days after a deposition made by Cosby in 2005 was revealed in The New York Times.
In the sworn testimony a decade ago, he said he had paid women after sex to keep the affairs from his wife, suggested he was skilled at reading women’s unspoken desires and called one of his accusers a liar.
He also stated that he obtained prescriptions for quaaludes by claiming it was for a sore back, but actually gave the drug to women
Interviewed in a Philadelphia hotel over four days by a lawyer acting on behalf of a 30-year-old Temple University employee Andrea Constand, Cosby claimed he believed their encounters to be consensual.
Tamara Green condemned those who suggested they should have informed the authorities after the suspected attacks.
‘People often these days say, “Well, why didn’t you take it to the police?”
‘Andrea Constand went to the police in 2005 — how’d it work out for her? Not at all. In 2005, Bill Cosby still had control of the media.
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