Three more women come forward, accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault

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LOS ANGELES - Three more women have come forward accusing Bill Cosby of sexually assaulting them in the 1970s and 80s, bringing the grand total to 38.

"Perhaps he mistakenly believes that no more women will be coming forward alleging that they are victims of Bill Cosby. If that is what he thinks, we are here today to tell him that he is wrong," said Attorney Gloria Allred during a press conference.

One of the accusers, Janice Baker-Kinney, says she was 24 when she was assaulted by Cosby at a house in Reno, Nevada. She says she was there for a pizza party and says Cosby gave her two pills.

"I was so humiliated that I had passed out and I didn't know what had happened, said Janice Baker-Kinney. "He had assured me that it was okay to take the pills, but obviously, it was not."

Another alleged victim, Autumn Burns, says she was 20 when she met Cosby in 1970 and was working gaming tables at a hotel in Las Vegas.

Burns says after seeing one of his shows, he invited her back to his room and gave her a drink. She says she felt woozy and claims he raped her twice.

The third accuser, Marcella Tate, says she met Cosby in 1975 through mutual friends and says one night, he asked her to pick him up from the airport and drop him off at the Playboy Mansion.

Tate says she had a glass of wine with him at the mansion and claims at some point, she ended up in a "sexual situation" with him.