Jewel Allison is the latest in a line of women to come forward,
claiming that the comedian spiked her glass of wine during a dinner at
his Philadelphia home in the late Eighties before forcing her to touch
The revelation comes as another alleged victim of Cosby announced
plans to mount a class action lawsuit against the star with at least
nine other women.
Speaking about the alleged assault to the New York Daily News, Ms
Allison said: 'We may be looking at America's greatest serial rapist
that ever got away with this for the longest amount of time.
'He got away with it because he was hiding behind the image of Cliff Huxtable.'
The woman, from Brooklyn, said she was introduced to Cosby by her
agent, Sue Charney, who discovered model Janice Dickinson – another of
the comedian's accusers.
Cosby, now 77, was hosting a dinner at his house and Ms Charney told
Ms Allison she should go.
Ms Allison said she did not think it was strange that she was the only
person there, other than Cosby, as it was her birthday and she
believed Ms Charney may have organised the meal as a present.
She recalled Cosby pouring her a glass of vintage wine which did not
She suddenly felt woozy and sat down on a couch, but Cosby lifted her
up and led her to another room, she said.
Ms Allison claimed Cosby grabbed her hand and placed it on his genitals.
'That was my sexual assault by this comedian,' she told the Daily
News. 'He turned me around and said, "Let's get you home". At the
door, he gave me a very hard embrace and a hard kiss.'
She remembers vomiting in the back seat of a cab on the way home.
Cosby invited her over again but she declined.
Allison joins at least 17 other women who have now come forward to
claim that the TV star attacked them. The allegations date from the
1970s up until 2006.
One accuser said this weekend that she was planning to mount a class
action lawsuit against Cosby with as many as nine other women.
Credit: Daily Mail UK