This week, Law and Order: SVU actress Michelle Hurd and comedy club manager Joyce Emmons joined the growing number of women accusing Bill Cosby of predatory behavior, sharing their own encounters with the alleged rapist.
According to Hurd, Cosby was "VERY inappropriate" during her time as a Cosby Show stand-in, running his hands over her body as part of "weird acting exercises" and trying to get her to shower at his home. "[I] can't believe I fell for that," wrote Hurd. "I was instructed to NEVER tell anyone."
"[F]ortunately, I dodged the ultimate bullet with him when he asked me to come to his house, take a shower so we could blow dry my hair and see what it looked like straightened. At that point my own red flags went off and I told him, 'No, I'll just come to work tomorrow with my hair straightened'"
Hurd says a fellow Cosby Show stand-in wasn't so lucky: "[A]ll I'll say is she awoke, after being drugged, vomited, and then Cosby told her there's a cab waiting for you outside."
Emmons tells us ... one night she got a bad migraine and Cosby offered her a white pill which he said "was a little strong" but could cure a headache.
She says she took the pill, blacked out, and the next thing she knew she was nude in bed in Cosby's suite with one of his friends—a guy who had unsuccessfully tried hitting on her earlier in the evening.
Emmons says she confronted Bill and demanded to know what drug she took, and he laughed and said it was "just a Quaalude."
In an interview with Florida Today on Friday, Cosby once again refused to address the numerous sexual assault allegations. "People should fact check," said Cosby. "People shouldn't have to go through that and shouldn't answer to innuendos."
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