Even for Bill Cosby, this is a first.

Judy Huth’s decision to come forward and accuse Cosby of assaulting her at the Playboy Mansion was apparently an inspiration, as P.J. Masten told the Daily Mail that Cosby sexually assaulted both her and 12 other Playboy Bunnies during the 1970s. While the women themselves have not come forward, Masten says that they “are ashamed to come forward, frightened to come forward, married with families (and) don't want to come forward. But they were also drugged and raped by Bill Cosby.”

Masten also detailed her own story about her encounter with Cosby, and it sounded very familiar in tone and timeline. After first encountering Cosby in Chicago’s Playboy Club, Masten was planning to have dinner with the comedian and went up to his hotel room to meet him. He gave her a drink, and she says that “The next thing I knew, it was 4 o'clock in the morning. I woke up in a bed naked, bruised…I knew I was raped.”

While we may never truly know what transpired between Cosby and his accusers, public sentiment seems to be decidedly against the once-beloved comedian. This morning, it was even discovered that someone had vandalized his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame:

 

Bill Cosby's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame has been vandalized as someone wrote "Rapist" all over it.

A photo posted by Hip Hop Weekly Magazine (@hiphopweeklymagazine) on Dec 12, 2014 at 8:23am PST

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[via Daily Mail]