Three more women added to Bill Cosby sexual assault allegations

By Drum Digital
24 April 2015

Three more women have been added to the list of 40 that have accused Bill Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting them

Three more women have been added to the already long list of 40 women that have accused Bill Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting them. The trio has come forward saying that Cosby committed the alleged crimes when they were in their 20s in the 1970s and 80s. Gloria Allred who is a civil rights attorney that is representing the accusers revealed that the women were speaking out because Cosby refues to "acknowledge and take responsibility for his conduct towards women."  Cosby is currently on a tour and is yet to formally address the allegations against him but his attorney, Marty Singer, once said that "alleged decades-old events are becoming increasingly ridiculous," in a statement referring to the charges against his client. All three victims claim that Cosby had taken advantage of them after he had offered them drinks which he had allegedly spiked. Allred says that there are planned protests at Cosby's next show in Atlanta, Georgia, on May 2. 

Although strings of women have come forward about the sexual assault since late last year, cases of this kind against Cosby have been filed since 2002.

Source: People.com

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