Janice Dickinson Asks Cosby To Admit Rape In Emotional CNN Interview

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In mid-November, Janice Dickinson came forward with allegations against Bill Cosby, who has been accused of sexually assaulting several women. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, the supermodel said Cosby raped her in 1982. Today, Dickinson shared more details of the incident in an emotional interview with CNN.
In the interview, a reporter asks Dickinson what she would like Cosby to do now. "I would like Cosby to come out and least acknowledge that he is a pig, he is a monster, and he has raped me," she told CNN before breaking down.
This video comes just a week after Frank Scotti, a former NBC Entertainment employee, shared more disturbing stories about the comedian. Scotti claimed that he once acted as Bill Cosby's right-hand man and assistant, and his job duties allegedly included bringing young women to the comedian's dressing room, guarding the door after he brought them, and sending money — sometimes thousands of dollars — to many different women over the years.
Ahead, Dickinson's heartbreaking interview.
Please note: This video is very difficult to watch and contains graphic descriptions.

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