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Three Cosby Accusers Demand $100 Million Fund For Alleged Victims

After three more women spoke out to accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault on Wednesday, lawyer Gloria Allred called on Cosby to waive his statute of limitations "so he can clear his name" in court.

She also urged Cosby to place $100 million in a fund for his alleged victims and allow a panel of retired judges to decide whether the women's claims have merit or not.

"It could be advantageous for Mr. Cosby to give up the statute of limitations because there is a huge cloud on his reputation and legacy," she said.

"Many of the victims contacted me to determine if they had any legal rights that they could assert against Mr. Cosby. Unfortunately, with a rare exception, I had to inform these women that it was too late for them to file a lawsuit against Mr. Cosby because of the statute of limitations."

"If Mr. Cosby believes all the women are being untruthful, then this is his opportunity to prove it," she said. "What could be fairer than that?"

One of the three accusers, Helen Hayes, said she met Cosby in 1973 while attending Clint Eastwood's Celebrity Tennis Tournament in Pebble Beach, California.

She said Cosby groped her: "I was stunned and angry because he had no right to do that and I did not know why he would behave that way. His behavior was like that of a predator."

Another woman, only identified by first name Chelan, said she was working at the Hilton when Cosby invited her to his room so he could introduce her to someone from the Ford modeling agency.

He gave her a blue pill he said was an antihistamine and the next thing she knew: "I could not open my eyes. I couldn't move or say anything. I felt something warm on my legs. Then I blacked out."

"Thirteen to sixteen hours later I woke up by hearing Mr. Cosby clapping his hands and saying 'Daddy says wake up.' He gave me $1500."

December 4, 2014 |

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