New claims of sexual misconduct against the famous comedian Bill Cosby have been made by a woman. According to KUTV, Cosby’s purported accuser filed a lawsuit on Tuesday, alleging that he gave her wine and a blue pill before assaulting her sexually at the Las Vegas Hilton in 1986. The woman said that Cosby had taken her to the Hilton’s Elvis Presley Suite on the pretence that a professional photographer wanted to take a picture with her and offered to support her profession as a model. The victim was 17 years old at the moment of the purported assault.
In addition to other accusations, the woman is currently suing Cosby for allegedly abusing minors, assaulting them, and falsely imprisoning them. Cosby and the adult lady both worked for an identical company, and it was on her stepmother’s desk that he first noticed an image of the then-15-year-old victimised individual, based on court documents. When Cosby allegedly inquired about the unfortunate individual, he discovered that her goals were to become an actress and model.
Cosby is said to have built trust and a connection with the victim’s family over the course of the following two years. He subsequently invited the victim to the Hilton in October 1986, where a photographer photographed her headshots. Following the photo shoot, the woman said that Cosby had given her a glass of Amaretto and a blue pill, purportedly for her sinus problems. The victim claimed that following the supposed sex assault, she was brought to a secluded room and woke up many hours afterwards.
The woman says she discovered a stack of $100 notes and her clothes on a drawer when she recovered cognition. After escorting her out of the hotel room, Mr. Cosby allegedly called her a few days later to see how she was doing things. The lawsuit claims that Cosby threatened the victim further, implying that she might be “quieted.” More than sixty women have accused him of assaulting them sexually, intimidation, and rape. He has refuted every accusation related to sexual offences.
Before a higher court reversed the verdict and allowed Cosby to be freed in 2021, he spent almost three years in a federal jail on the outskirts of Philadelphia. Cosby was the first famous person to be tried and found guilty in the #MeToo epoch.