35 of the women who have accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault appear on the latest cover of New York Magazine. It’s part of a feature on the allegations against the comedian.
Included are the individual stories of each woman’s allegation. The cover comes after documents were released earlier this month from a 2005 deposition, which included Cosby’s admission that he gave sedatives to women he wanted to sleep with.
Cosby has never been criminally charged and has denied any wrongdoing.
Over the weekend, Spelman College, a historically African-American school, announced it would sever all ties with Cosby.
Spelman told the Associated Press it has ended its endowed professorship with Cosby after the details of that 2005 deposition were released. The program was established in 1988, to bring attention and scholars to the school. Cosby and his wife, Camille, donated $20 million to Spelman.