Actress Accuses Bill Cosby of Raping Her Years Ago

Image: Bill Cosby Accused by Actress in Interview of Long-Ago Rapes (Spencer Platt/Getty Images, file)
Image: Bill Cosby Accused by Actress in Interview of Long-Ago Rapes (Spencer Platt/Getty Images, file)

Bill Cosby is being accused by an actress of repeatedly drugging and raping her years ago, according to London’s Daily Mail, an allegation that follows a comedian’s recent suggestions about past sexual assaults by the creator of “The Cosby Show.”

Barbara Bowman told the Daily Mail that after comedian Hannibal Burress called out Cosby as a “serial rapist” she decided to speak out about her experiences with Cosby, who she charges with taking advantage of her when she was trying to break into the entertainment industry in the 1980s.

Earlier this month in a brutal comedy routine in Cosby’s hometown of Philadelphia, Burress attacked Cosby for accusations that he sexually assaulted multiple women during his career, according to Philadelphia magazine.

Cosby has never faced related criminal charges, or been successfully sued in civil cases, but the actor-comedian did settle a case with Andrea Constand, a former director of operations for Temple University’s women’s basketball team in 2006, according to Vulture.com. Bowman reportedly was one of more than a dozen women set to testify in a lawsuit by Constand.

“I was drugged and raped by that man,” Bowman was quoted by the Daily Mail. “He is a monster. He came at me like a monster. My hope is that others who have experienced sexual abuse will not be intimidated into silence by the famous, rich and powerful. If I can help one victim, then I’ve done my job.”

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SOURCE: Newsmax
Clyde Hughes

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