Another model has come forward to accuse Bill Cosby of drugging her and possibly taking advantage of her when she blacked out. In an interview set to air today on Dr. Phil, the model known as Lisa joins six other women to share her story.
In an exclusive interview with Dr. Phil, Lisa says she knew Bill Cosby prior to the alleged incident, as he had handpicked her from a local modeling agency and wanted to be her mentor. When she first met Bill Cosby, Lisa says he was a “perfect gentleman, respectful and kind,” and that Cosby seemed very interested in her, which made her feel comfortable in seeing him again. The newest accuser says Cosby even met her mother, who came to trust him as well.
In 1988, when she was 21-years-old, Lisa claims Cosby called her out of the blue and invited her to his hotel suite to offer her career advice. Lisa alleges Cosby offered her two drinks of a brown liquid that looked like shots of alcohol. She told Cosby she did not drink, but the comedian insisted these drinks would help her relax, and her lines would flow easier. Lisa tells Dr. Phil this is when things start to go wrong.
“I noticed myself getting a little dizzy. Bill had sat down on the edge of the couch. He said, ‘Come over here and have a seat.’ And he had his legs open and when I sat down, I was sitting down in between his legs with my back to his crotch. And he started to stroke my hair back in a petting motion like this. The last thing I remember is just feeling the strokes on my head. After that, I don’t remember anything else.”
The alleged victim says she woke up two days later in her home. Lisa maintains she wanted to confront Cosby, but blacking out is why she did not file a police report when the incident occurred, as she did not recall having sex with Cosby or being sexually assaulted.
At least 20 women have now come forward to accuse Bill Cosby of some type of inappropriate acts, ranging from drugging to sexual assault, including former supermodel Janice Dickinson and former Playboy Bunny Victoria Valentino. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, two accusers, Judy Huth and Tamara Green, have filed civil lawsuits against Cosby, as the cases were too old to file criminal charges.