Three more women accuse Bill Cosby of sexual misconduct

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LOS ANGELES - For Bill Cosby, 50 ain't so nifty! Three more women have come forward to accuse the comedian of sexual misconduct. The latest accuser was a flight attendant in the 1970's. She claims she was drugged and raped. She also says about a year after the initial contact with Cosby, he even tried to pick her up again. The woman says she told him he'd better get back in his seat. She went on to say, she told Cosby he had drugged her once and she never wanted to be drugged by him ever again.

The other two accusers who have come forward were both actresses. One worked with him on the Cosby Show. The other says she was not drugged, but claims she was sexually assaulted during a job interview.

Bill Cosby seems to be collecting sexual assault accusers about as fast as his situation-comedy climbed to the top of the television ratings in the 1980's. But he does not have a lot to celebrate now. As his reputation continues to be tarnished, Cosby continues to deny any wrong doing. Though he has not been charged with any crimes, a judge in California has ordered him to testify under oath this fall as part of a civil lawsuit. This involves one of his accusers who says she was assaulted more than 40 years ago at the Playboy mansion.