Two more women have come forward accusing comedian Bill Cosby of drugging them years ago

By Caitlin Keating
Updated February 12, 2015 06:10 PM
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Bill Cosby continues to stay in the spotlight.

At a press conference on Thursday in Los Angeles, two women claimed that they were drugged by the comedian when they were young models, NBC reports.

One of the allegations goes back to 1969.

Linda Brown, now 66, said that Cosby started to sexually assault her when she was 20 years old, after he gave her a drink in a Toronto hotel room.

“He flipped me over and sexually assaulted me. I felt like a rag doll,” Brown said at the press conference.

She felt paralyzed and unable to stop it.

“I had no idea how my clothes came off or how or why I was in his bed,” she said.

Years ago, she said she had trusted Cosby when he asked to take her up to his hotel room. He apparently wanted to give her a gift before bringing her home from a meeting arranged by her agent.

Lise-Lotte Lublin, now 48, was the other woman to come forward on Thursday.

She said that 25 years ago, she awoke at home after accepting a drink from Cosby in a hotel, according to the news outlet.

Cosby’s attorney did not immediately respond to the most recent claims, but he has denied similar allegations.

“These brand new claims about alleged decades-old events are becoming increasingly ridiculous,” Cosby’s attorney Marty Singer has said.

Just last month, Cindra Ladd accused the 77-year-old comedian of sexual assault.

More than a dozen women have come forward with allegations against Cosby.