Three additional women have come forward to accuse Cosby of drugging them and assaulting them in the 1970s and '80s, People reports. They're being represented by famed civil-rights attorney Gloria Allred, who demanded Wednesday that Cosby place $100 million into a fund for his alleged victims, according to People. She also asked that Cosby waive the statute of limitations so that his accusers would be able to file lawsuits against him.
"If Mr. Cosby believes all the women are being untruthful, then this is his opportunity to prove it," Allred said, according to People. "What could be fairer than that?"
One of the women, Beth Ferrier, said she met Cosby when she was an aspiring model and actress and believes he spiked her cappuccino one night so that he could sexually assault her. A second woman says Cosby groped her right breast at a party in 1973, and the third alleged victim said Cosby offered to introduce her to someone from the Ford modeling agency when she was 17, and then gave her a pill before sexually assaulting her.