In the wake of growing allegations against Bill Cosby for sexual assault, two more women have come forward. A woman named Dottye claims Cosby drugged and raped her when she visited him in New York City to audition for The Cosby Show in 1984.

According to PEOPLE, she says Cosby offered her a drink and "things got foggy thereafter but I do know he took my clothes off and put them in his washing machine. Somehow I ended up on the third floor in the bathroom as Cosby washed me." Cosby allegedly assaulted her after helping her to the second floor. "In front of the steps was a half bathroom and to the left of the door was a chest. He leaned me against the chest, raised the robe, and raped me. Next Cosby took me to the right of the bathroom into the dining room, and laid me on the floor where he continued his assault."  

After the supposed attack, Cosby reportedly helped her get dressed and walked her to the front door. She also said he called her the next day for phone sex but she refused.

The other woman to come forward, Donna Barrett, said Cosby inappropriately grabbed her during a track meet she was officiating at the University of Pennsylvania in 2004. As they posed for photos, she says he grabbed her from behind.

"He had his arm on my waist and forcefully pulled me onto his private area saying, 'Hey, back that thing up here girl, back it on up!’ I felt his private parts against my backside." Barrett says she tried to get away but he grabbed her by the waist and held her arm down by her side. "I complained to other officials but no one knew what to do," she added.

Civil rights attorney Gloria Allred, who is representing both women and about half of the other Cosby accusers,  says more women have reached out to her and plan to come forward. 

"Each story must be told because there can never be accountability without truth and there can never be enough truth," she said Friday in a statement. "[Cosby] must hope that this scandal would end so that he can try to repair his public image and perhaps continue to attack victims who have come forward by having his representatives tell us that they are not to be believed because they have waited so long to speak their truth. I can assure Mr. Cosby, however, that there are still more victims who will be courageous enough to come forward in the future." 

This comes after Tufts University in Massachusetts and others revoked Cosby's honorary degrees, and Eddie Murphy impersonated the former sitcom dad in his first standup bit in 28 years.