The women accusing Bill Cosby of rape are sharing more scandalous stories about the embattled comedian. In a new A&E special “Cosby: The Women Speak,” one accuser offers a blow-by-blow of her encounter with the TV legend, alleging that he drugged and then assaulted her.
“He got up and came over to me, and he extracted his pound of flesh. I could hardly walk by that time,” Victoria Valentino claims. “I couldn’t talk. He unzipped his fly, had me perform oral sex, then he stood me up, turned me backwards, and did me doggy style.”
Valentino is one of several accusers to speak out in the special, which is set to air Thursday night. The women offer similar accounts of their encounters with Cosby.
“He said, ‘Let’s try a cold read,’” Heidi Thomas recounts in the above clip from the special obtained by TheWrap. “So he handed me a script and the person I’m supposed to be clearly is intoxicated.”
“I do remember him saying, ‘Heidi, have you ever been drunk?’” Thomas continues. “So he poured a glass and said, ‘This is your prop. You’re going to sip on your wine.’ And I literally–I don’t remember anything other than one sip.”
Cosby has been accused of raping and or drugging dozens of women over the course of his career.
His attorney, Martin Singer, has publicly denied the claims leveled at his client. But it should be noted that a 2005 deposition released in July revealed that Cosby admitted under oath to obtaining Quaaludes to give to young women with whom he intended to have sex.
In the wake of the recent allegations, Netflix canceled a comedy special that was to have aired late last year and NBC shelved a comedy it was developing as a possible starring vehicle for Cosby. Many of his stand-up shows have also been dumped and his name has been stripped from various charitable organizations he has supported.
“Cosby: The Women Speak” airs on A&E Thursday at 9pm/8c. Watch a second clip from the special below.