Two more women came forward to accuse scandal-plagued comedian Bill Cosby of sexual assault on Friday, telling their stories at the office of attorney Gloria Allred.
One of the accusers, Margie Shapiro, alleged that Cosby sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion. Shapiro told reporters Friday that she met Cosby while she was working at a donut shop in Santa Monica, where Cosby ordered dozens of donuts. She claimed that she was invited to Cosby’s film set, where she spent the afternoon with the comedian. Afterward, she was invited to a casual dinner with Cosby, but the dinner was canceled and the comedian invited her to the Playboy Mansion instead.
Cosby and Shapiro played pinball, the alleged victim said. Shapiro, who told reporters that she was not drinking alcohol at the time, said that Cosby told her that whoever lost at pinball had to take a pill. Shapiro lost and complied, taking the pill, she said.
According to Shapiro, when she came to, both she and Cosby were naked, and Cosby was inside of her.
Shapiro claims to have “mercifully” passed out again, but every time she regained consciousness, Cosby was touching her sexually. The alleged victim said that Cosby acted as if nothing had happened, eventually telling her that they would not be seeing Hugh Hefner and that she wasn’t dressed nicely enough.
According to Shapiro, a driver took her home. She added that she kept seeing Cosby’s image in her head and was “feeling sick.”
The second accuser, Sunni Welles, claimed that she met Cosby when she was a little girl, due to the fact that her mother was a theatrical agent. According to Welles, her mother considered Cosby to be a friend.
“I once liked Cosby very much, but that has changed now,” Welles said.
Source: TheWrap | Tim Kenneally and Pamela Chelin