Just when you think you've heard 'em all, two more women with horrifyingly detailed stories about how Bill Cosby offered them career advice and followed up by drugging and raping them.

The two former models, Linda Brown and Lise-Lotte Lublin, join dozens of women who have accused the disgraced comedian of luring them to hotel rooms before drugging and sexually assaulting them.

Cosby has a "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde personality," Brown said at a press conference Thursday brokered by Gloria Allred. She says Cosby took her out for dinner, gave her a drugged soda, and raped her after she passed out in 1969.

The second accuser, Lublin, says she met Cosby in 1989 through her modeling agency and eventually ended up at his hotel room in Las Vegas, where he asked her to perform a monologue, then offered her two drinks.

Within minutes I became dizzy and disoriented. He sat on the armrest of the couch and called me over to have a seat. I walked over to the end of the table and began to sit down. I asked myself, "What does this have to do with acting?" Then I sat on the end table with my back to his groin and he slid forward so that his legs were on each side of my arms. I felt uncomfortable and I thought to myself, "Should I leave my arms to my side or should I lift them up and put them on top of his thighs." As I sat with my thoughts, he began to stroke my hair back from my forehead in a petting motion. he was talking but I don't recall what he was saying. This was the last moment of consciousness I remembered until I had flashes of unfamiliar areas of the hotel in the suite.

My next memory was waking up at home. And for me, it felt like several days had passed by. I did not remember driving myself home, yet my car was in the driveway and I was safe at home. I spoke to my mother about the situation and we believed I must have had some reaction to the alcohol.

According to USA Today, Allred boasted she has "many women" waiting to come forward against Cosby.

"Mr. Cosby thinks that this will soon be over and that no more women will come forward," Allred said. "He is very wrong."

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