Bill Cosby Sex Scandal — Could Model Chloe Goins' Allegations Be a Game Changer?
DAYTIME EXCLUSIVE! DR. PHIL SPEAKS WITH CHLOE GOINS, THE MODEL WHO ALLEGES BILL COSBY DRUGGED AND ASSAULTED HER. COULD HER ALLEGATIONS BE A GAME CHANGER?
AIRING THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
(Hollywood, CA - September 8, 2015) — In a DR. PHIL daytime television exclusive, 24-year-old Chloe Goins, the first woman whose assault allegations against Bill Cosby could possibly fall within the statute of limitations, speaks to Dr. Phil about her memory of that night seven years ago. Goins alleges that she was drugged and assaulted by the comedian at the Playboy Mansion. The episode airs Thursday, September 10 (check local listings).
Since seven Cosby accusers appeared on DR. PHIL in December 2014, allegations against the comedian have continued to mount. On the show, Goins alleges that as an 18-year-old, she met Cosby at the Playboy Mansion and he offered her a drink. She claims the next thing she remembers is waking up to Cosby licking her toes. Goins gives her account of what she says happened that night and what she says inspired her to come forward.
Also joining Goins on stage are several other Cosby accusers, including model Beverly Johnson, Linda Ridgeway Whitedeer, Eden Tirl and Colleen Hughes, who share their own stories of being drugged and/or sexually assaulted by the comedian.Select quotes from the episode: “It’s been really hard. Especially coming out publicly and unfortunately, with these types of cases, the victim really gets scrutinized and dug into. My life’s been completely dug into by people and it’s been a tough road.” - Chloe Goins on how she says her allegations against Bill Cosby have affected her life.
“I was livid and outraged and scared out of my mind. All I could think about was what safe place I could go before I was going to pass out.” - Model and actress Beverly Johnson on her alleged drugging at the hands of Bill Cosby.
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