SHOCKER: Actress Claims Bill Cosby Raped Her For Several Years

After years of speculations and rumours circulating about Bill Cosby and several rape cases a woman has finally publicly come out as one of the veteran actor's victims. In an exclusive interview with Daily Mail a woman claims that Bill Cosby repeatedly raped and abused her for several years while she was 17-years-old and under his wings.

Barbara Bowman's revelations while shocking, are nothing new as multiple allegations of sexual abuse have marred Cosby’s reputation over the years. In earlier years, 13 women accused the American comedian and TV legend of rape and the cases were all settled out of court. 

Bowman shared with DailyMail
“I was drugged and raped by that man. He is a monster. He came at me like a monster. My hope is that others who have experienced sexual abuse will not be intimidated into silence by the famous, rich and powerful. If I can help one victim, then I’ve done my job.”

After 30 years of silence, Barbara Bowman revealed to the publication just how serious things were. She reportedly said; 
“’I’m finally revealing all of my full story in hopes that others will learn to read the tell-tale signs of abuse and not wait as long as I did. No one believed me for years. They said Bill would never do that. That it was preposterous. But I’m putting my name out there and standing behind these words, just like Burress. No more code of silence.”
Barbara's accusations come just a few days after comedian Hannibal Burress attacked the image of Bill Cosby and asked why he is still a much loved American figure even after being accused of rape by 13 women. Barbara credits her courage to share her story to Hannibal Buress and says, 
“I thank Hannibal Burress for speaking out over and over again, despite the threats from the Industry that it could ruin his career. He is standing up for me and the other women who are too afraid to speak out.”
Barbara is laready getting support from some media publications in the US. shares three reasons why Barbara Bowsman’s story is believeable even though there has been quite a backlash of her being financially motivated. 

According to, 
“Despite money being passed around, the notion that the allegations were all financially-motivated is highly questionable for at least three reasons: 
1) The massive number of women who’ve come forward (which might mean there are others who were afraid to speak up), 
2) the consistency of their stories, and 
3) the fact that Barbara Bowman couldn’t receive a dime from her interview in Newsweek, since the statute of limitations had passed and she couldn’t be financially compensated in a lawsuit.”
You can read the full interview HERE which details the encounters between Cosby and Bowman and more details of other accusations of raped that have been laid against the comedian actor over the decades. 

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