Bill Cosby Accuser Janice Dickinson Doesn’t Find His ‘South Park’ Parody Funny (Video)

The Comedy Central animated series recently featured a cartoon version of the comedian singing a duet with Taylor Swift, while trying to drug her with a glass of wine

Bill Cosby accuser Janice Dickinson does not expect last Wednesday’s “South Park” finale, a holiday special that featured a cartoon version of the man she claims sexually assaulted her, to be very funny.

“Rape is no joking matter,” the former model told TMZ.

While she doesn’t plan on ever watching the episode, she said she’s not planning on taking issue with it either.

“No, I don’t boycott,” Dickinson said after noting, “‘South Park’ is ‘South Park.'”

The Comedy Central show took on the Cosby controversy by having its version of the 77-year-old comedian singing a creepy parody of holiday classic “Baby It’s Cold Outside” with Taylor Swift, who he was actively trying to drug and sexually assault.

In what appeared to be a sly dig at creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker, Dickinson said, “I saw Bill Maher the other day. I think it’s pretty smart.”

Dickinson claims Cosby drugged her with a glass of wine in 1982 while in a Lake Tahoe hotel room, where she was meeting with the “Cosby Show” star to talk about a career opportunity, as well as help getting her music off the ground.

“The next morning I woke up, and I wasn’t wearing my pajamas, and I remember before I passed out that I had been sexually assaulted by this man,” Dickinson said.

Cosby’s lawyer, Marty Singer, has heavily disputed the reality star’s allegations, which he labeled¬†“outrageous” and “defamatory.”

“Documentary proof and Ms. Dickinson’s own words show that her new story about something she now claims happened back in 1982 is a fabricated lie,” Singer previously told TheWrap, in reference to a passage in her 2002 autobiography, in which she writes¬†Cosby “blew her off” after dinner because she didn’t sleep with him.

Watch the “South Park” bit below: