Actress Louisa Moritz (left) and Lou Ferrigno's wife Carla Ferrigno have stepped forward to claim that Bill Cosby also sexually assaulted them.
Carla claims that she sexually assaulted by Cosby after going on a dinner date with her exboyfriend and Cosby's wife. At Cosby's house, Cosby's wife Camille and Carla's dinner date both disappeared, leaving Cosby and Carla alone.
THR wrote: Then "he grabbed me, pulled me to him and kisses me on the mouth like really really rough," Carla said. "I was a tough girl. I just took my hands and pushed him away and said, 'What are you doing?' and I said 'Hey, well I've never been kissed by a black man before.'"
When she told him that it was "no different," Carla said an angered Cosby, responded: "Oh yeah? You wouldn't have said that if it weren't different. And he came at me again and I just pushed and jumped and ran and I got out of his way and ran out of the hall and this guy was coming out of one of the rooms and I said I want to go home.... I never said anything to anybody in all these years."
Around five years ago, Carla heard other stories about Cosby. But her friend did not believe her and her husband told her to forget about it. Carla said, "I was disturbed, my husband said: forget about it. I don't need the publicity, I've been Lou's manager for 35 years [...] I said to Lou, ‘I really need to tell someone because I feel that bringing all of this out in the public, I'm one more nail in the coffin who will keep him from doing this again."
Actress Moritz claims that Cosby forced oral sex on her after an appearance on Johnny Carson's Tonight Show in 1971.
Moritz told TMZ that, "He suddenly approached me and took out his penis, which was now in the line of my face and pressed up against it [...] He took his hands and put them on the back of my head and forced his penis in my mouth, saying, 'Have a taste of this. It will do you good in so many ways.'" Cosby then walked out and said: "Now you don't want to upset me and the plans for your future, do you?"
Cosby lawyer's statement: "This continuation of a pattern of attacks on Mr. Cosby has entered the realm of the ridiculous, with a purported 'forceful kiss' at a part in 1967, nearly 50 years ago, being treated as a current 'news story' and grossly mischaracterized as 'sexual assault.' This is utter nonsense."
source: thr, usmagazine