Model-Actress Angela Leslie Claims Bill Cosby Sexually Molested Her
Model-actress Angela Leslie came out to expose Bill Cosby of sexually assaulting her in Las Vegas in 1992.
Leslie is now the eighth woman to come out to slam the comedian for sexual harassment or worse.
In an exclusive interview with New York Daily News, she revealed that he offered her with alcohol, tried to drug her and forced her to stroke his sensitive part in his luxury suite in Vegas.
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But why did Leslie decided to come out now?
"The main thing I want is for people to know him for who he really is," Leslie told the Daily News Thursday.
"He's not this dad of America."
Leslie recalled that she got an invitation from Cosby to see him in Las Vegas. After she was dropped by a driver in her hotel, she checked into her room before the comedian summoned her to his room.
There, she told Cosby that she wanted to become an actress, prompting Cosby to call for an on-the-spot audition, asking Leslie to pretend that she's intoxicated.
Cosby then offered her a hard drink.
However, Leslie did not drink it.
"I tasted it and put it down. Then he asked me to go into the bathroom and wet my hair. . . . I walked back out, and he had removed his clothing and gotten into bed," she continued.
Cosby started rubbing Leslie, pouring lotion into her palm, forcing her to masturbate in her hand.
"I wasn't pulling back. I was in shock," Leslie said about the incident
Leslie believed that the cocktail probably had drugs on it to make her unconscious.
Cosby eventually got tired of her so he got rid of her.
Leslie eventually spent the rest of her Vegas stay on her own, feeling despondent and used.
"I felt that he didn't get what he wanted, and he threw me out. . . . He didn't make me feel special in any way. He said, 'Come here, put your hand here, do this.' "
As always, Cosby remained mum about the accusations.
Common threads can now be concluded among the accusations from Cosby's victims: they were all younger, he offered them booze and drugged them.
Among the women who came out to accuse Cosby of sexual assault include Barbara Bowman, actress-model-turned-lawyer Tamara Green, comedy writer Joan Tarshis and model Janice Dickinson. However, no suit has yet been filed to the funnyman.