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One of Bill Cosby's Accusers Relives the Alleged Incident in New Show: 'Your Body Remembers It'

Playing One of Bill Cosby's Accusers Relives the Alleged Incident in New Show: 'Your Body Remembers It'

A new TV show is shedding more light on the sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby as alleged victims are speaking out about their alleged encounters with the disgraced funnyman.

Exposed with Deborah Norville, a new prime-time series on the Reelz channel, premieres Wednesday, and its debut episode dives deep into the Cosby scandal, featuring in-depth interviews with the women who alleged the fallen TV icon took advantage of them.

Read: Cosby to Stand Trial After Court Hears Accuser Statement She Was 'Dizzy' and Legs 'Felt Like Jelly'

Lili Bernard is one of more than 50 women who claim Cosby sexual assaulted them. She relived the nightmare while sitting down with Norville.

"See what happens is when you talk about it, your body remembers it," she said. "So, it is not just your mind remembering it, your body remembering it."

Bernard was a young actress who was guest-starring on The Cosby Show when she says she was drugged and raped by Cosby.

His accusers speak candidly and speak candidly and the show promises to reveal disturbing allegations you haven't heard before. 

Former supermodel and reality show star Janice Dickenson says Cosby lured her to a hotel room with the promise of career advice.

"I was given a little blue pill," she said. "Next thing I know, it was Bill Cosby mounting me in like this fog." 

Read: Bill Cosby's Sight Appears to Be Getting Worse as He Makes His Way to Court Hearing

Bill Cosby has denied all the allegations and says he did nothing wrong.

Exposed premieres Wednesday at 9 p.m. on Reelz.

Watch: Carla Ferrigno Speaks Out About Encounter With Bill Cosby: 'He Looked Like the Devil'

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