New Book Reveals Playboy Playmate's Posthumous Allegations Of Bill Cosby Drugging Women For Sex

Jennifer Murray

Model Cynthia Myers died in 2011, but long before her death, the Playboy Playmate accused Bill Cosby of using drugs to have sex with women, a new book reveals.

Before a long list of women started coming forward to accuse the 78-year-old comedian of drugging and sexual assault, Playboy Playmate Cynthia Myers alleged that she personally witnessed Bill Cosby drug women in order to have sex with them, according to Charlotte Kemp, author of a newly released book entitled Centerfolds.

"My stomach still turns when I see Bill Cosby in his ads sitting with a bunch of youngsters. I saw firsthand how he would use drugs to have sex with women. I never shed a tear when I heard his son was murdered on the 405. I do feel sorry for his son that he paid with his life for the sins of his father."

Charlotte Kemp, a former Playboy model herself, alleges she was nearly a victim of Bill Cosby. According to the Centerfolds author, at some point in the 1980s, the comedian attempted to assault her while the two were at the Playboy Mansion.

"He came down and just basically started crudely assaulting me, verbally and then he came over and tried to assault me physically. I jumped over three chairs and got away."

Charlotte Kemp, who was interviewed by the Washington Post in 2014 when Valentino went public with her accusations, said that she videotaped her 1996 interview with the former Playboy Bunny for inclusion in her book. According to Kemp, the details Valentino provided to the press about her encounter with Bill Cosby when she came forward in 2014 matched up with the story Kemp videotaped nearly two decades prior.

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