One picture tells it all: 35 women who claim they've been assaulted by Bill Cosby together on the cover of the new issue of New York magazine.
Inside the magazine, the proclaimed victims share their accounts of "America’s Dad" allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting them in incidents over the past six decades. The women - including models, actresses, waitress and writers - range in age from their early 20s to 80.
On the cover there is also an empty chair to represent the women who have not come forward with their stories. A total of 46 women have now claimed they were sexually assaulted by Cosby.
INSIDE EDITION spoke to the magazine’s writer, Noreen Malone. She said: “They shot the women in different groups, But they got to meet each other and talk about their similar stories."
Former Playboy Playmate Victoria Valentino, who says she was raped by the comedian in 1969, told the magazine: "I could hear the words in my head, but I couldn't form words with my mouth, because I was so drugged out. He got up and came over, and he sat down and unzipped his fly."
Model Beverly Johnson added: "The part of it I wasn’t prepared for was the onslaught of women that have been assaulted and them telling me their story because I told mine."
The magazine wrote: “The group of women Cosby allegedly assaulted functions almost as a longitudinal study — both for how an individual woman, on her own, deals with such trauma over the decades and for how the culture at large has grappled with rape over the same time period.”
The images and stories pack a powerful punch.
In an interview with INSIDE EDITION last week, Bill Cosby's lawyer, Monique Pressley, said: “The sheer number of allegations doesn't mean it's true. He has the right to deny allegations. These allegations won't go to court because they're past the statute of limitations.”
She added that Cosby “denies any criminal wrongdoing with any person” and that Cosby “did not have non-consensual sex.”
Cosby's lawyers have not responded to our inquiries about the New York magazine article.
On Monday morning, people who tried to access the New York magazine article online were unable to.
Instead, they were met with a warning screen stating "server not found" after a hacker calling himself "The Threatking" reportedly took the magazine offline, saying it's named after a city filled with "many stupid people."
He says his attack is not related to the Cosby article. "I have not even seen the cover, LOL," he said.
Cosby has never been charged with a crime.
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