Two New Bill Cosby Accusers to Come Forward, Says Gloria Allred
The two women will speak publicly on Oct. 23 about their allegations.
Two more women are accusing Bill Cosby of misconduct and plan to speak out publicly on Friday, attorney Gloria Allred announced in a press release.
The women will share their allegations against Cosby at a press conference at 11:00 a.m. PT in New York City. Allred will also speak about why she continues to bring forward more women to speak about their experiences with Cosby. There are currently more than 50 women who have accused Cosby of sexually assaulting or harassing them.
Cosby, previously represented by Marty Singer is now being represented by Christopher Tayback in an ongoing sex-abuse lawsuit brought by Judy Huth. Huth was a minor at the time she says Cosby assaulted her.
Allred, Huth's lawyer, was recently criticized by Cosby's lawyers as an attorney "with an unparalleled reputation for garnering media attention."