As the evidence continues to mount, Bill Cosby continues to sink. New York magazine got ahold of 35 women who have accused Cosby, 78, of sexually assaulting them by issuing them the drug Quaalude.

The 35 women covers the magazine’s latest issue, and speaks out on what they were feeling during the time of their specified incidences. Thus far, New York magazine gives audio from Victoria Valentino, Louisa Moritz, and Joyce Emmons, 70.

“I said Bill, what did you give me? I know it was a little white pill,” Emmons recalls her alleged 1979 assault. “I remember that much. He said, ‘It’s called a Quaalude. I bet you don’t have your headache now.’ And he laughed as if it were a joke.”

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Victoria Valentino, 72, a former Playboy bunny, was allegedly assaulted by Bill Cosby in 1969. Valentino was dining with her roommate at their usual joint, Café Figaro, where Cosby happened to be part owner. He knew that Valentino’s 6-year-old son had recently died, and he told Valentino’s friend that he thought she could use some cheering up. “He took my roommate and me out to dinner. It was this new hip steak restaurant on the strip near the Whiskey a Go Go called Sneaky Pete’s.

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Louisa Moritz, 68, an actress, was allegedly assaulted by Bill Cosby in 1971. Moritz was getting ready to appear on the ‘Tonight Show’ when someone opened the door of her dressing room. “He never knocked. I knew it was Mr. Cosby. I’d seen his picture. He walked in and closed the door behind him. It went on for maybe four minutes, five minutes. But it was the longest five minutes that I ever experienced.

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Joyce Emmons, 70, was allegedly assaulted by Bill Cosby circa 1979. Emmons managed a comedy club and became friends with Cosby. They had known each other for about two-and-a-half years when Emmons and her friend went out to a club with Cosby and one of his friends. “I had a terrible headache, and I said, ‘Bill, do you have some Tylenol? I have a mother of a headache.’ And he said to me, ‘I have something stronger.’ And I said, ‘You know I don’t do drugs.’ He said, ‘You’re one of my best friends. Would I hurt you?’ And I believed him.

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