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2 Additional Women Accuse Bill Cosby Of Sexual Assault

LOS ANGELES ( — Two additional women who allege Bill Cosby sexually assaulted them decades ago came forward Friday.

KNX 1070's Ron Kilgore says Sunni Welles and Margie Shapiro appeared in the law offices of attorney Gloria Allred for a news conference.

Both women claim they were teenagers when they were with Cosby and passed out.

Welles said she first met Cosby, who was a family friend, as a young girl. In the mid-1960s at the age of 17, she said, Cosby took her to a jazz club and The Magic Castle.

In both instances, she recalls drinking a soda and alleges she woke up naked in a bed alone in a sparsely furnished apartment.

"When I got home, I showered and felt as if I had had sex but I did not want to believe that a family friend would do that to me," she said. "I believe that Bill Cosby is a sexual predator and a disgusting human being to not acknowledge what he's done to do many girls and women in his life."

Shapiro alleges that she was sexually assaulted years later in a game room on the grounds of the Playboy Mansion, Kilgore reported. Shapiro said she was 19 at the time of the incident.

More than 30 women to date have come forward with similar accusations against Cosby, which his attorneys have denied. Cosby hasn't been charged with any crime.

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