Model Janice Dickinson said she woke up the morning after alleged sexual assault in 1982, claiming the signs of rape were visible: 'I packed up and got the hell out of there.'

A 1982 dinner in Lake Tahoe with Bill Cosby turned nightmarish for model Janice Dickinson, who alleged the iconic comedian drugged and raped her.

Dickinson, 59, described the alleged ordeal in emotional and graphic detail toCNN's Fredricka Whitfield Monday night, calling Cosby a “monster” and demanding he admit to assaulting her.

“There was a lot pain downstairs,” Dickinson recalled when she awoke the next morning.

“There was semen all over me and my pajama bottoms were off and my top was open. At that point fight or flight, I packed up and got the hell out of there.”

Dickinson, who was in town seeking a job opportunity, complained of stomach cramps at dinner and Cosby offered her a pill. She took it.

“I trusted Bill Cosby,” she said.

She recalled Cosby “mounting” her and then blacking out.

“I would like Cosby to come out and at least acknowledge that he is a pig, that he is a monster and that he raped me,” Dickinson told CNN.

Cosby has resigned from the board of trustees of Temple University, his alma mater, after a number of accusations of sexual assault.
Bill Cosby resigned from Temple University’s board of trustees on Monday, as school officials planned to meet to discuss the university’s relationship with the embattled comedian. Cosby has repeatedly denied sexual assault allegations brought forth by 20 women, many of which have brought intense public scrutiny in recent weeks and threatened the star’s legacy.
“I have always been proud of my association with Temple University,” Cosby said in a brief statement to the Temple board. “I have always wanted to do what would be in the best interests of the University and its students. As a result, I have tendered my resignation from the Temple University Board of Trustees.”


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