Jane Doe Victim From 2005 Bill Cosby Rape Case Goes Public

Bill Cosby sure isn’t having a good year. Every day it’s a new story about him raping another woman. This time, it’s Donna Motsinger. She claims to be one of the 12 Jane Does in a 2005 civil rape case against Cosby. Jane Doe #8 to be exact. She doesn’t want to stay anonymous anymore though.

“I feel guilty not telling my story,” Motsinger told the New York Post from her home. “I’m a coward over here. Those women are brave. It’s the least I can do. I want to tell people so [the victims] can’t be bullied, so they can’t be discredited.”

According to Motsinger, Cosby drugged and raped her in 1971 at a Sausalito jazz club in California.

Cosby’s attorney Martin D. Singer, has already called previous claims by rape victims “unsubstantiated, fantastical stories”. With all of Cosby’s rape victims coming forward on the daily, Singer probably sits at home every night brainstorming 100 different ways to say ‘preposterous’, ‘fantastical’ and ‘not guilty’.

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