Three more ladies opened up to the world on Wednesday evening in Los Angeles blaming Bill Cosby for sexually striking them in the ’70s and ’80s as their attorney proposed two ways the ambushed comic could manage the mounting allegations he has been confronting for quite a long time.
The ladies showed up close by big name legal advisor Gloria Allred, who tested Cosby to waive the statute of limits and let the ladies who say he sexually harassed them go to trial.
Inquiring as to whether Cosby needs to be recognized “saint or a sexual predator” and guaranteeing her office has been overflowed with calls from ladies who say they, as well, were attacked by the comic, social equality legal counselor Gloria Allred plot two alternatives for Cosby.
One of the three ladies, Beth Ferrier, of Colorado, was recorded as an issue Doe exploited person in a 2005 claim documented by the previous executive of operations for Temple’s ladies’ ball group who sued Cosby for sedating her and attacking her in 2004. The second lady, Helen Hayes, said that she met Cosby at a Clint Eastwood big name tennis competition in Pebble Beach, Calif. in 1973. The third lady just uncovered her first name, Chelan. She told she met Cosby when she was 17 because her stepmother kept in touch with him to let him know that Chelan needed to be a model.
On Tuesday night, Cosby utilized social networking to end his hush to thank Whoopi Goldberg for her backing of him on “The View.” On Wednesday morning, he likewise tweeted his appreciation to Jill Scott.