Three new Bill Cosby victims come forward with the most disturbing details yet

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After last month’s epic tell-all piece from NYMag — which detailed the experiences of 35 women assaulted by Bill Cosby — I imagined we’d heard the worst of the Cosby-related accounts. Those victims’ accounts were so graphic and terrible that I couldn’t imagine hearing worse. Wrong. This story only grows more heinous. Three more victims have come forward. Each of the women are represented by Gloria Allred, who also reps several of his other victims. Allred held a press conference where Linda Whitedeer, Colleen Hughes and Eden Tirl gave their accounts.

Trigger warning: these details are extremely disturbing and graphic, but this is what the public needs to hear in order to remember that Cosby is a monster. Some excerpts:

Hughes, who said that she was an American Airlines flight attendant when she met Cosby in the early ’70s on a flight to L.A., explained that the comedian “flirted with me the entire flight” and invited her to lunch in Beverly Hills when they landed.

According to Hughes, the two went to her hotel room so she could shower and change clothes and, when she emerged, Cosby had ordered champagne and appetizers. Hughes claimed that Cosby was drinking champagne out of her shoe. There were also glasses of champagne, Hughes said, and Cosby handed her one. The last thing Hughes claimed to remember was Cosby attempting to hold her hand, after which she woke up hours later.

“My clothes were thrown all over the room and I felt semen on the small of my back and all over me,” Hughes said. “Bill obviously did not use a condom and there was no lunch and he was nowhere to be seen.”

Whitedeer told reporters that she encountered Cosby in the early ’70s, after embarking on an acting career. According to Whitedeer, she was on a movie set with Cosby, who told her, “I’m going to interview you and we will use the director’s office.”

However, Whitedeer said, what transpired in the office was very different. “I felt Cosby’s left hand gently grab my long hair behind my head … his giant frame blocked the door so if anyone should try to enter, they would not be able to see what he was doing,” Whitedeer said. “As I looked up his penis was out of his pants and he shoved it in my mouth. His attack was fast with surgical precision and surprise on his side.”

According to Whitedeer, “When Cosby was done, there was a horrible mess of semen all over my face, my clothes and in my hair. He took out a Kleenex to try to wipe off my face. I was bordering between vomiting and passing out. He was mumbling that I had been blessed with his semen as if it was holy water.”

Cosby, Whitedeer said, “gloated over my humiliation.”

[From The Wrap]

Yep, these details are incredibly shocking even after everything else we’ve heard. Bill Cosby’s a freaking sociopath, and he thinks nothing of degrading and humiliating women. He got away with this behavior for several decades, but no more. Cosby’s reputation has been irreparably damaged, and he deserves all of what’s coming.

I sure hope Whoopi Goldberg is still listening, and I can’t wait to see if they cover these new developments on The View. Because Whoopi’s reaction to these new accounts will be very telling. I still believe that she mostly changed her tune after being prodded by producers, who enlisted Dan Abrams to school her in front of a live audience. Stay tuned.

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  1. Shambles says:

    There’s nothing to say, partially because I’m throwing up and partially because these brave women said it all. May they find peace as the world comes to know this disgusting animal –for whom there are no negative adjectives quite strong enough– for what he truly is.

    • Serenity says:

      These poor women. What’s horrifying to me is that there must be so many other such women with these stories still out there. How many women must have had their lives irrevocably changed (and not for the better) by this monster!

      I bet this slimy piece of sh*t does not even have a count of how many women he has assaulted over the years.

    • Lensblury says:

      +1. words really can’t describe my contempt. all of this just brings me to tears. I, too, wish these women peace.

    • bettyrose says:

      All these stories point to the same sociopathic desire to hurt and humiliate women. I won’t let myself look at comments on news sites, which I’m sure are full of the same drivel, calling these women opportunists. In reality, it must be so hard to publicly share his attempts to demean them. I imagine they struggled for many years to get to a point of comfort discussing it.

    • LA Juice says:

      monster. he’s simply a monster.

  2. Belle Epoch says:

    Cheeses Priced! I didn’t think it could get any worse, or that any MORE women were out there. These women are traumatized for life!

    • Tate says:

      Sadly, my guess is there are more women out there who have not spoken up. This monster has been terrorizing women for decades and getting away with it.

  3. Lensblury says:

    vomit.. he’s such an asshole.. disgusting. I feel incredibly sorry for these women.

    • zzzz says:

      the fact that gets me every time is that he shows NO remorse… that’s psychopathic behaviour.

      • Lensblury says:

        absolutely. this guy doesn’t give half. a. s#it. not a single half-a$$ed sorry was uttered. and these new details were so hard to read. I’m writhing with disgust. this guy is just empty, and yet he’s totally full of himself. his incredibly-far-out-there reaction, saying “I want my hush money back”… omg, that’s really all he could come up with?! that’s how he thinks? I can’t even describe my feelings about him, that’s how far away from my body I want to keep any thoughts of him.

  4. Eleonor says:

    The thing that really infuriates me is the fact that all these women can finally talk because a man said the truth about Cosby, before nobody wanted to listen to them.

    • lucy2 says:

      It is frustrating. I keep telling myself better late than never, and I’m glad he’s been exposed for what he is, but if someone had believed his victims decades ago, many women would have been spared. He was able to keep inviting women to secluded places for all these years because they trusted him, and had no idea what a monster he was.

    • Lara K says:

      What makes me even madder is that we still dont create a safe environment for victims to come forward.
      How many other Cosbys are out there and nobody believes the victims?

    • Jen43 says:

      It is nauseating how powerless these women were. It’s unfathable that this was kept quiet for so long.

    • Crumpet says:

      Yes. Better late than never I suppose.

    • Wren says:

      Incredibly frustrating. I can only take solace in the fact that it IS coming to light. So many like him have died peacefully, reputation intact, in the past.

    • Pinky says:

      It was a different time. The definition of rape and assault was evolving. Many of these women likely blamed themselves or told no one. It wasn’t so much that a man gave validity to these women’s claims, it was the times and social media that allowed for that. Hannibal had been doing his routine for years. Someone recorded it and weeks later, posted it online. TMZ picked it up and wrote about it thinking it was funny. And that brought the Temple trial back to the fore and back to everyone’s consciousness. 24-hour news cycles made this possible as well. And safety in numbers as women, one by one, realized they were not as alone and demonized as they once felt. Cosby and NBC also had a pilot in the works. This was always going to come out, one way or another, because once the pilot was announced, there were several people online, posting on message boards and comments sections about the allegations against Cosby and the thirteen women who were set to testify. And, just like with Terry Richardsob (typo stays), someone would have noticed. All it took was one accuser coming forward in this day and age and the dam broke. So I don’t think you have to feel too burdened about the idea that a male comedian took another one down because the women weren’t believed. That’s far too simplistic. It was a confluence of events, a whole lot of coincidence, and, in truth, it was inevitable.

  5. Jess says:

    Oh my God.

    That was awful to read. There are a bunch of suspicious rape charges floating around in pop culture nowadays but…there are SO MANY people. This can’t be a “conspiracy against Bill Cosby.” He’s just awful but SEEMED fine. This is awful, awful, awful. I can’t wrap my head around this. He is a monster in human disguise.

  6. Kiddo says:

    We know he’s a sociopathic rapist dickhead now, but there were accomplices, those who knew what was happening for certain and helped cover it up, as well as those who ignored it to maintain their own status quo in the industry. The entire thing is frightening. How much of this is happening now with another perp?

    • Grace says:


    • Snazzy says:

      God, I know. And the worst part is, I totally believe that it can and is still happening. I mean, this really is an industry that protects the money makers, no matter what

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      I can’t imagine what these women have had to endure all of these years. Seeing him lauded and worshipped and wealthy and thriving, all the while powerless to do anything to stop him. And you’re right, Kiddo, there had to be many people who facilitated these attacks or knew about them after the fact and covered it up. And yes, I’m sure it still goes on.

    • kri says:


    • WinnieCoopersMom says:

      Reminds me of Corey Feldman saying there are BIG names in HWood that have abused countless child stars over the years – that everyone would be very shocked about – but that they are protected and the victims are too afraid bc of that person’s/group’s power. I hope this whole situation has given those victims and others the guts and motive to come forward with who their perpetrators are.

    • I Choose Me says:

      Yep. Reminds me of another sicko pervert Uncle Terry and his ‘assistant’ who actively helps him assault, bully and humiliate women.

      I’m waiting for his reckoning to come as well.

  7. crab says:

    What a scumbag, douchbag and anything else bag!! If he shoved that thing in my mouth I would have bit it off and spit it out! In fact they should castrate him! That would be the perfect punishment!

  8. Amelia says:

    Question – is he really a sociopath?
    Sounds like he really thought ahead with these hideous attacks, and I’m more inclined to write him off as a disturbingly evil narcissist.
    …Holy Water . . . shaking my damn head.

    • Kiddo says:

      Narcissism is part of sociopathy. But ‘sociopath’ isn’t a medically recognized condition, it is a term used in the criminal field. Antisocial Personality Disorder is probably the official DX, but we’d have to ask Paranormalgirl, she’s legit.

    • Valerie says:

      Sociopath is a socialized psychopath. They look and act normal, fit into society but have a double life. One side for show (good side) and one side hidden (bad side). A book called ” The Sociopath Next Door” is a very good read on the subject.

      There are also books that describe sociopathic societies. And yes, we are one of them. All patriarchies are sociopathic.

    • Wren says:

      Sociopaths are pretty much the definition of evil. They view everyone else as inferior to them, and usually enjoy manipulating people and causing anguish of some kind. They tend to be arrogant (see: everyone else is inferior), and believe they’re outsmarting us all, even when they’re clearly caught. I know there’s no official definition, but it basically boils down to they know the difference between right and wrong, they just don’t care and don’t think the rules apply to them.

    • MinnFinn says:

      Ted Talks has a few videos about psychopaths and other abuser personality disorders. I’ve watched a few of them and one thing they all share which struck me immediately when the truth started coming out about Cosby, is their contempt for other people.

      Here’s what NIH says about antisocial personality disorder.

      “a pattern of inappropriate and unmodulated desire to control others, implemented in a detached manner…There is a willingness to use untamed aggression to back up the need for control or independence. The [antisocial personality] usually presents in a friendly, sociable manner, but that friendliness is always accompanied by a baseline position of detachment.”

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  10. lolamd says:

    I have to wonder what his daughters think of all of this?

    • Kiddo says:

      They’ve probably been gaslighted their entire lives and brainwashed to believe his superiority.

    • MrsBPitt says:

      I remember, one of his daughters came out and defended him, saying he really was like the dad on the Cosby show! The whole family is in denial…..

    • Sam says:

      At least one of his daughters (Erinn) has had serious issues with drugs, from what I understand. It came out because in the 80s, the National Inquirer was going to run with a story about rape rumors around Bill and his reps actually contacted the paper and offered to feed them a story about the daughter’s drug issues if they would kill the rape story. So that’s how good of a father he allegedly is. He sold out his daughter to a tabloid to keep his own wrongdoing secret. The Huffington Post wrote about it.

    • Jib says:

      My friend knows his daughters, she went to boarding school with them. She said they are the nicest girls she ever met, really and truly kind. They are, sadly, defending their father. I will not judge them – I can’t imagine hearing this stuff about someone who you love, especially if he never acted this way in front of them.

  11. WindowChair5 says:

    These women are so brave for coming forward. Hats off to them and I hope they get all the help and support they need.
    This man is disgusting. I hope he gets what’s coming to him in whichever way possible. He’s just gross.

  12. 5thHouse says:

    Cosby and Elmo…..that’s a laugh.

  13. Betsy says:

    As a small point, does it gross out anyone else that someone so woven into their childhood media memories is so disgusting? Like the “Picture Pages” song is one of those ones that pops into my head randomly, Jell-o pudding pops, The Cosby Show – and then when I think of one of these things it’s just, UGH, bespoiled by a criminal dirtbag. I would like to clarify that I am aware this small annoyance pales in comparison to the actual pain these women suffered. G-D monster.

    And I agree with the other commenters – no one ever believes the victims.

    • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

      Yes, it makes me very sad. I loved the Cosby Show and truly admired him. To find out all of this has been horrible. As you said, nothing of course compared to what the victims went through, but sad just the same.

      • MrsBPitt says:

        Goodnames: Me too! Loved the Cosby Show, and his stand up “Cosby, Himself” is so funny…and all about family…and not a curse word or sexual reference in the entire act. Now, I can’t even look at him!!! I had to scroll past those pictures of him really quickly….He grosses me out…

    • Duchess of Corolla says:


    • Amy Tennant says:

      Yes, I sometimes get the PicturePages jingle stuck in my head or think about Fat Albert, and it’s just ruined now

    • Delta Juliet says:

      It bothers me SO much. I grew up in a fairly conservative home but we LOVED Cosby. We listened to his albums, watched his shows. I LOVED him. I still have a lot of his comedy routines committed to memory and even quote them without thinking about it.

      I find the whole thing absolutely disgusting and have so much sympathy for his victims and at the same time, I feel like a part of my own childhood was taken away :(

    • hopscotchchampion says:

      I grew up with the Cosby show and it was such a happy memory of childhood. It has all been tainted now. I don’t think I could ever watch another episode. But it wasn’t just the Cosby show, he was also the host of “Kids Say the Darndest Things.” Not the original, but the reboot of it. Thinking of him being around all those kids and portraying himself as a friendly dad is so, so creepy now!

  14. capepopsie says:

    I´m actually lost for Words. . .

  15. Jerry Sandusky Cosby

  16. kri says:

    What in god’s name. As said above, I am beyond sad and disgusted. And other people knew. So sick.

  17. Grace says:

    Did you all read about Cosby’s chauffeur in the 80s who said that he was hired when the previous chauffeur ‘disappeared’?

    What else was this sociopath capable of? He hid all of this for years. Who is to say he wouldn’t ‘deal’ with an employee who was starting to ask questions.

  18. Tara says:

    This man is pure evil. He should be behind bars, but he has hid behind his money, power, and image for so long. If you ask me there should be a bigger outcry than there is over the fact that he is able to walk around free after all this. Where are the giant protests over the statute of limitations allowing this man to walk free? These women are brave for coming forward, but there isn’t enough done for them.

  19. LadyK says:

    My husband told me this story about a guy at work who says he bangs all women. pretty, ugly, fat, skinny, all colors, because he wants them all to have “blessings” from his semen. He’d say “Blessings, blessings, it don’t matter to me, it’s all blessings all over their face!”

    • elle says:

      Holy crap. It was horrifying enough to fathom that BC believes his semen is a blessing. But the possibility that more than one person does (and not just think that way but say it)? It’s the cult of the p*nis.

  20. Lisa says:

    These women know what it’s like to look pure evil in the face. And each time they turned on the TV, they had to do it again and again. I just don’t have any words left.

  21. iheartjacksparrow says:

    Jay Leno just said this at TCA regarding Cosby:

    “Fifty women come forward and (the media) calls them liars, and says ‘Oh, you waited 40 years.’ Men waited 50 years to say that a priest touched them and got $7 million. How can we believe them and not the women? It seems terribly sexist to me,” said Leno.

    “It seems unfair and I’m surprised no one has made that analogy.”

  22. Nibbi says:

    this story bums me out so, so bad. i always kinda loved him growing up, he seemed like gentle, goofy, fatherly goodness personified. i loved that show. hell, i loved jell-o pudding pops. the whole thing is just so shocking.

  23. Vic says:

    I’m horrified for these women who felt they had to deal with this abuse silently while their predator rose in fame and the world adored him. Sick f*ck.

  24. Ashley says:

    At this point I just feel bad that I ever thought he was anything great. How could we not see this????? Now I see the shit eating grin but what was I missing???

  25. ellalter says:

    No wonder he was always happy and smiling that “cat who swallowed the canary” smile, he was privately getting away with the perversions he loved best, with lots and lots of power behind him to guarantee a lot of closed mouths. Seems rape really stirred his creative juices. No way the people in his inner circle didn’t know about this.

  26. HEJ says:

    He’s a monster and seriously these women deserve everything good that could ever happen to anyone.
    So brave!

  27. My Two Cents Worth says:

    We, as society, must stop allowing people to be placed on pedestals and treated as saints when we know nothing about them. We always act so shocked when somebody’s true colors are actually revealed. Well, what did we ever truly know about them to begin with? We just allowed the culture promoting them to brainwash us.