Three more women have come forward with their sexual assault accusations against comedian Bill Cosby in a press conference held by Gloria Allred.
Janice Baker-Kinney, Marcella Tate and Autumn Burns made the total of Bill alleged victims to 38 women, reported Ace Showbiz. Janice told reporters that she was 24 and was working as a bartender in the showrooms at Harrah's in Reno when Cosby allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted her in May 1982.
Marcela said she met Cosby at Faces in Chicago through mutual friends in 1975 when she was 27 and a model for Wilhelmina Agency. Marcela believed she was "targeted and drugged by Cosby."
Autumn claimed she was 20, working as a game starter at Sahara in Las Vegas and a model when she met Cosby in 1970. During the conference, Gloria said she had more alleged victims of Cosby, 77, coming forward. According to her, protests are planned for the comedian's upcoming May 2 show at the Cobb Centre in Atlanta.