Do You know Janice Dickinson's Untold Scandals Shocking Revelations Inside?
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Former supermodel Janice Dickinson has aimed Whoopi Goldberg for continuing to defend Bill Cosby, branding the Oscar winner a 'stupid woman' after she insisted the embattled comedian is 'innocent until proven guilty'.

One of the many women who have come forward to accuse comedian Bill Cosby of sexual assault broke down while describing during a recent interview how the alleged rape has affected her life.

'I’m strong, and I’m gonna stand on my own two feet, and I’m going to tell my side of the story,' Janice Dickinson, a 59-year-old former supermodel, told CNN. 'It’s not going to end here.'

Dickinson previously told Entertainment Tonight that in 1982 she had traveled to Lake Tahoe in California, where Cosby was performing, to talk about a possible job offer and her potential singing career. Dickinson claims that Cosby drugged her during dinner and that she woke up in pain the next morning with memories of the assault.

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Cosby’s attorney, Marty Singer, has said Dickinson’s accusation was a 'complete lie.'A strange encounter with Bill Cosby in 1982 was described in the 2002 memoir of the self-anointed 'world's first supermodel,' Janice Dickinson. She mentioned how Cosby allegedly answered his hotel room door in nothing but a towel and kissed her, then took her to dinner and suggested she follow him back upstairs. In 2014, Dickinson confirmed that Cosby raped her and that her publishers advised her to omit the claim from her book. Dickinson also discussed her wild antics in detail, including trying to convince Sylvester Stallone that he was the father of her baby (he wasn't).

Dickinson is one of over 30 women who have publicly accused The Cosby Show star of inappropriate behavior in the last several months, with some alleging the actor drugged and raped them during encounters decades ago.

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The controversy took a turn on Monday when the TV veteran's deposition from a 2005 sex case, which was eventually settled out of court, was unsealed. In the testimony, Cosby - who has never been charged with any sex crime - confesses to giving former Temple University employee, Andrea Constand, drugs after she accused him of assault. He also admitted to obtaining powerful sedative Quaaludes with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to sleep with.

The revelations prompted stars like singer Jill Scott to admit she 'was wrong' to have supported the actor throughout the scandal, but the documents were not enough to sway the opinions of Goldberg and her co-host on U.S. talk show The View, Raven-Symone, who starred alongside Cosby as a kid on The Cosby Show.

During Tuesday's episode, Raven-Symone admitted she was still hesitant to pass judgment on the TV funnyman, while Goldberg added, 'I don't like snap judgments, because I've had snap judgments made on me... In America, still... you are innocent until proven guilty. He has not been proven (guilty yet)...'

The Ghost star's comments irked Dickinson, and she has since blasted Goldberg, telling U.S. news show Entertainment Tonight, 'What is wrong with you, Whoopi Goldberg? What more does it take? How dare you sit there on The View? You need to be fired, you stupid woman. That is ridiculous.'

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Dickinson, who is currently suing Cosby for defamation for calling her a liar in response to her allegations, goes on to reveal she is numb over the shocking revelation, stating, 'I don't know how to feel. I don't have the strength at the moment until... each one of the women that have accused Bill Cosby, along with myself and a few others that have personally reached out to me that will not come forward due to character victimization - I would like an apology for every each one of us for my soul to feel. I don't feel any 'hip-hip hoorays'.'

The 59-year-old said she has never confronted Cosby, but she did speak with his lawyers when she tried to write about the 1982 incident in her 2002 autobiography ‘No Lifeguard on Duty: The Accidental Life of the World’s First Supermodel.’

After she submitted a draft ofthe book to her publisher Harper Collins, Cosby’s legal team pressured them to remove it from the final edit. The former 'America’s Next Top Model' judge told ET she’s coming forward now because 'it’s the right thing to do.'