Ex-Playboy Bunny left 'suicidal' by Bill Cosby 'rape' says dozens more accusers may be too scared to come forward

BILL Cosby “left dozens more unknown victims” broken by his predatory sex attacks, it has been claimed in the wake of his shock release from prison.

Former Playboy bunny Victoria Valentino, who is one of 60 women who have come forward to accuse the disgraced TV star, said that many more survivors have been scared into silence. 

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The 78-year-old told The Sun that she felt forced to take safety measures after she accused Cosby of drugging and raping her at an apartment in the Hollywood Hills in 1969.

And now she fears that Cosby, 83, has been “emboldened” after serving just two and half years of a possible 10 for aggravated indecent assault on former female basketball star Andrea Constand. 

Speaking at her home in the suburbs of Los Angeles, grandmom-of-six Victoria fought back tears as she said: “There are dozens more victims. Easily dozens, at least. 

“My sister survivors and I each know at least one other person who has had an experience with Cosby and been damaged. 

“People who didn’t go public because they were afraid to or they couldn’t cope with talking about it to anybody except maybe one-on-one, with no cameras around.



“It even makes me a little scared, especially now that he’s out because he’s become emboldened. 

“Not that he would personally ever do anything to me or to any of the sisters directly, but he has the money to hire anybody he wants. 

“I stopped having my door open onto the street at night in the heat of the summer after I went public.

“I started getting very nervous. I made sure there was a padlock on my back gate and a big chunk of rose quartz up against the inside of the gate. 

“It has changed my life and the way I feel safe in my own space.

“I’m more aware of my surroundings and of my security, let’s put it that way," she said.


“This decision (to release Cosby) is just outrageous," Valentino continued.

“They're just saying we and the damage that’s been done to us and our families don't matter now. 

“Our lives were put on the line just by speaking out, but we had to.

“We knew that the statute of limitations was over for every one of us except Andrea Constand.

“But we were willing to put our necks on the line for the sake of justice being served. 

“Now we’ve been thrown under the bus by the justice system."

Valentino said the decision has left her "infuriated".

"When I found out my stomach immediately twisted and lurched," she said.

"He’s gotten out on a technicality but what about our rights?"


“There’s sixty plus of us and then you have the generational trickle down and how it’s impacted our children and our ability to have healthy relationships. 

“It has a far reaching effect.

“I went bankrupt practically by supporting my own activism.

“I wasn't going public because I thought maybe I'd get some money out of him. Screw him. You know, I don't care about his frigging money. 

“I wanted to see him suffer the consequences of his actions.”

Victoria claims that Cosby raped her just weeks after her six-year-old son had drowned in a swimming pool tragedy at her home.

The alleged took place after Cosby took Victoria and her roommate Meg Foster for dinner and gave them red pills.

She said: “He knew about my son but he had no compassion, no feeling, no empathy. 

“He was hot for my roommate and he used me and used my grief.

“After the rape I became very suicidal.” 

Victoria also hit out at any suggestion that race had anything to do with the accusations levelled at Cosby. 

She said: “There are many African-Americans among my sister survivors. 

“Lili Bernard is Afro-Cuban, Charlotte Fox is African-American, Jewell Allison is African-American, Chelan Lasha is African-American, Lise-Lotte Lublin is African-American.

“Cosby didn't limit his abuse to just white women. He was an equal opportunity rapist. 

“So they can zero in on us and say it's white women going after the black man who's accomplished.

“Well, I'm sorry, but that's just absolutely preposterous.” 

Cosby was released from prison on Wednesday after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his conviction. 

The panel of judge’s said that a former district attorney’s decision not to prosecute Cosby in 2005 in return for his deposition in a civil case was used against him at trial. 

They wrote: "In light of these circumstances, the subsequent decision by successor D.A.s to prosecute Cosby violated Cosby's due process rights.”

Formerly known as “America’s Dad” during his sitcom heyday, Cosby was sentenced in 2018 to three to 10 years in state prison for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home in 2004.

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