New York Magazine Features 'Unwelcome Sisterhood' Of Bill Cosby's Alleged Sexual Assault Victims

Entertainment | Camille Travis | 07/27/2015 | 08:30 AM EDT

The upcoming issue features 35 women who've stepped forward with sexual assault claims against Cosby

New York magazine is diving into the Bill Cosby controversy with a cover story featuring 35 women who've brought sexual assault allegations against the star.


Titled "Cosby: The Women, An Unwelcome Sisterhood," the print issue includes an essay from Noreen Malone on how the women's stories are being heard and taken seriously after decades of covering up the truth.


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The magazine has also posted individual testimonies from the alleged victims, as well as videos from six different women.


The black and white cover image, shot by photographer Amanda Demme, shows nearly three dozen women seated with the date of their alleged assault under them. Supermodel and actress Beverly Johnson, supermodel Janice Dickinson and "Cosby Show" actress Lili Bernard sit among the accusers.


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The issue comes after details of Cosby's 2005 deposition were released to the public, revealing a number of sexual affairs and his admission to drugging women for sex. Many of the star's supporters have since jumped ship, including Spelman College, which recently terminated a professorship endowed by Cosby and his wife Camille.


Cosby has never been formally charged with sexual assault and his lawyers say the reveal of his decade-old admission does not mean he drugged and sexually assaulted women.


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(Photo: New York Magazine, July 2015)

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