Janice Dickinson Attacks Bill Cosby’s Lawyer: “What If Someone Raped Your Wife?” – WATCH VIDEO
Janice Dickinson revealed graphic new details about the night Bill Cosby allegedly raped her in a candid interview with MSNBC’s Ronan Farrow that aired on Friday. Dickinson also slammed Cosby’s big-time Hollywood attorney, Martin Singer, for denying the multitude of sexual assault claims against his client, including her own.
As Gossip Cop has reported, Dickinson claims Cosby drugged and raped her in a Lake Tahoe hotel room back in 1982. In recent weeks, more than a dozen women have publicly accused the comedian of sexual assault. Cosby and his lawyer have vehemently denied the allegations and even accused some of the women of lying. During her interview with Farrow, Dickinson recalled Cosby’s patchwork robe, the way his breath smelled like a cigar, and how he allegedly looked at her like she was “about to become dinner.” The famed model told the MSNBC host, “I remember being absolutely horrified when I felt him get on top of me and start to grunt. I don’t remember any conversation.” She noted, “I remember feeling a lot of pain, before I blacked out downstairs, in my vagina and I felt it in my anus. I remember the morning waking up. They [the memories] are coming up now because I am sober. I am sober today. I wasn’t sober then.”
Dickinson explained that she “went into denial,” thinking that it “couldn’t have happened to me.” She noted that she blamed herself, thinking, “I must be a bad person. I must be a slut.” Dickinson said she told her friend Lionel George about the alleged rape the next day. “I just remember the fear,” she said. “If this gets out, will the people think I am whore? Will the people think I am a slut? Will the people think I am lying like they do now?”
She begged Hollywood not to work with Cosby ever again. “Are there people still working with Bill Cosby? I don’t know,” she said. “But if anyone wants to hire this guy, you’re making a big mistake. Bill Cosby should not work anymore. He shouldn’t be in front of an audience.”
Dickinson also had a message for Singer, who alleged that she was lying about the assault. “Marty Singer, you will wake up and you will hear me,” she said. “And you know what, I am not a liar, and I can’t speak for the other women. I can only speak for myself. I am very upset.” When asked about her response to the lawyer calling her claims false, Dickinson held up both of her middle fingers to the camera. She added, “What if someone raped your wife, Marty? You’ve got daughters, Marty. What if Bill Cosby came and drugged their innocence, Marty? How you like me now, Marty? That’s what I say.” Watch Dickinson’s interview below, and tell us what you think of her comments.