Two more women have come forward alleging that Bill Cosby sexually assaulted them, making the total number of accusers 60, according to The Washington Post. A woman identified as Jane Doe No. 6 in a 2005 lawsuit claims that one night in the mid-1980s, when she was in Cosby’s hotel room after his appearance at Clemson University, Cosby served her Kahlua and coffee and asked her if she preferred back rubs or belly rubs. As with other similar allegations against Cosby, the woman says her memory then becomes foggy, as she passed out.
Cosby, 79, has denied sexually assaulting any women, and is currently facing trial in Pennsylvania for one accusation.
Another woman listed in the same lawsuit as Jane Doe No. 8, who was a modeling agent, went out to dinner with Cosby and one of her models in the 1980s. Later in the evening, Jane Doe No. 8 frantically called her friend, male model Tony Hogue, to come and get the two women since her “clothes were messed up” and she was “very uncomfortable” with Cosby kissing and touching her, Hogue said. She told him she couldn’t even move. Houge arrived at Cosby’s New York City home and banged on the door to no avail, until eventually Cosby answered and acted like nothing was wrong, Hogue said. Hogue then left the scene with Jane Doe No. 8 and the model who was later identified as Beth Ferrier, or Jane Doe No. 5 in the lawsuit.
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