49-Year-Old Bill Cosby Drugged And Raped 17-Year-Old High School Girl, Says Cosby Accuser At Gloria Allred Press Conference

The testimonies from women who say Bill Cosby raped them are growing each day, with three Cosby rape accusers providing further details at a Gloria Allred press conference on December 3.

As reported in the Inquisitr article Bill Cosby To Rape Accuser: I'd Better Never See Your Face Again, Barbara Bowman described fearing for her life in the wake of her claimed experience with Bill, while Janice Dickinson called Cosby a "monster" whom she says raped her and should be called into account for what the rape accusers claim Cosby did to them.

On Wednesday, TMZ reported that Bill Cosby is being challenged by Gloria Allred to put up $100 million to clear his name of the rape charges, while the accompanying YouTube video shows a Bill Cosby accuser -- whom the Daily Mail says goes only by the name Chelan -- speaking about her first time meeting Cosby.

"In 1986, I was working at the Las Vegas Hilton while I was in high school. I was 17 years old and an aspiring model. Bill Cosby called me at home in Las Vegas and reached my grandmother. He said he wanted to meet me and my grandmother and I should come to the Las Vegas Hilton where he was going to be performing his show."
Chelan's claims are especially shocking considering the 77-year-old Bill Cosby was born on July 12, 1937, making him approximately 49 years of age during 1986.
"He said to meet him in the Elvis Presley Suite. He was going to introduce me to someone from the Ford Modeling Agency. I had a cold at this time, and he gave me a blue pill, which he said was an antihistamine, with a double shot of Amaretto."
Chelan went on to detail what she says happened next with Bill Cosby, which might be upsetting or a trigger for some rape survivors.
"Mr. Cosby walked me to the bedroom after a second shot of Amaretto. He said it would help my cold. I laid down. He laid next to me on the bed and began pinching my left nipple, humping on my leg while he was grunting. I could not open my eyes. I couldn't move or say anything. I felt something warm on my legs. I blacked out. Thirteen to 16 hours later, I awoke to him clapping his hands, saying, 'Daddy says wake up.' He gave me $1,500 and said the money was to buy something nice for me and my grandmother."
Bill Cosby, meanwhile, has broken his silence -- not to address Allred's challenge to face the Cosby accusers in court -- but to thank Whoopi Goldberg and Jill Scott for their support, from "The Cosby Family," reports CBS News.

[Image credit of Bill Cosby rape accuser: TMZ]