Angela claims the comedian plied her with alcohol, may have tried to drug her and forced her to fondle him in the freaky scene in a hotel in Las Vegas in 1992.
New Bill Cosby rape accuser has come forward. In an interview with New York Daily News, published on Friday, November 21, former model-actress Angela Leslie went public with the details of the sexual assault.
Angela, who allegedly met Bill in 1992, claimed the comedian sent his driver to pick her up and took her into a luxury suite in a hotel in Las Vegas. At first, she thought she would have a meeting with Bill to discuss her acting. But when she met Bill, he asked her to act as if she was intoxicated and later he poured a drink to her.
"I couldn't drink it," Angela recalled, "I tasted it and put it down. Then he asked me to go into the bathroom and wet my hair." When she got back, Bill was already on his bed with his clothes off. He allegedly began rubbing against her before pouring a lotion into her hands and put them on his penis and "he did the masturbation movements with his hand top of mine."
Angela said Bill quickly got tired of her. "I didn't drink the alcohol, and maybe since I didn't pass out, he decided to get rid of me," she told the site. Angela added that she spent the rest of her stay in Las Vegas alone.
On Thursday, Bill's lawyer Martin Singer issued a statement after three women, including actress Louisa Moritz, Lou Ferrigno's wife Carla and Florida nurse Therese Serignese, came forward with their stories.
Martin said his client became a victim of "media-driven feeding frenzy." He added "People are coming out the wood work with fabricated or unsubstantiated stories about my client. This continued pattern of attacks has entered the realm of the ridiculous."