On Sunday night, New York Magazine published its latest issue with a cover story on 35 of the 46 women who had accused Bill Cosby of sexually assaulting them over the past several decades.
The New York Magazine story written by Noreen Malone includes interviews from 35 of Bill Cosby's accusers. The women came forward over many years, but the number of alleged victims avalanched during the past year.
A deposition released to the public this past week for a 2005 case reveals that the comedian admitted to acquiring quaaludes in order to have sex with women.
The profile of the 35 alleged victims shows women who are of all different ages and had all sorts of careers — waitresses, journalists, Playboy Bunnies — but who have striking similarities in their stories to how Cosby preyed on them.