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Janice Dickinson has opened up about the horror she experienced when Bill Cosby allegedly sexually assaulted her in 1982.
The “World’s First Supermodel” sat down with CNN and shared the horrific details of what she alleged took place at a Lake Tahoe hotel. At the time, she was a recently recovering alcoholic — and said she accepted a pill and red wine from the now 77-year-old. She recalled shooting several Polaroid pictures — which have since resurfaced — but not much else.
Before sharing the pictures, Janice admitted she remembered Cosby wearing a patchwork robe before the alleged incident. Photo courtesy of Janice Dickinson/CNN.
“The last thing I remember, I had blacked out and Cosby was mounting me like the monster that he was,” the 59-year-old model told CNN. “I remember more specifically waking up and that he—there was a lot of pain… downstairs. There was semen all over me and my pajama bottoms were off.”
She explained she omitted the encounter from her memoir, saying, “I compartmentalized it because I was embarrassed.” Though in an interview with ‘In Touch Weekly,’ the model’s ghostwriter — Pablo Fenjves — admitted it was his idea to leave out the alleged attack.
EXCLUSIVE: Janice Dickinson’s Ghostwriter Confirms Her Cosby Encounter
Now that her story is out there, CNN’s Fredericka Whitfield asked the model what she’d like to hear from the man who allegedly assaulted her so many decades ago.
“I would like Cosby to come out and at least acknowledge that he is a pig, that he is a monster, and he raped me,” Janice explained, fighting through tears.
Watch the emotional interview: