Janice Dickinson went after Bill Cosby’s lawyer Marty Singer for saying that her rape allegations against his client is a lie.
During an interview with MSNBC that aired on Friday, the supermodel revealed more detail on the alleged sexual assault she suffered in the hands of Cosby in 1982, saying, ‘I remember being absolutely horrified when I felt him get on top of me and start to grunt. I don’t remember any conversation. I remember feeling a lot of pain, before I blacked out downstairs, in my vagina and I felt it in my anus. I remember the morning waking up. They [the memories] are coming up now because I am sober. I am sober today. I wasn’t sober then.’
After begging Hollywood not to work with Cosby anymore, she then turned her attention to Marty Singer.
‘Marty Singer, you will wake up and you will hear me,’ she said. ‘And you know what, I am not a liar, and I can’t speak for the other women. I can only speak for myself. I am very upset.’
When asked for her response to Singer’s claim that her allegations were false, Dickinson flashed both her middle fingers at the camera, saying, ‘What if someone raped your wife, Marty? You’ve got daughters, Marty. What if Bill Cosby came and drugged their innocence, Marty? How you like me now, Marty? That’s what I say.’
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