Twenty-nine women, who claim that Bill Cosby drugged and/or sexually abused and/or raped them, spoke out on the Oct. 9 broadcast of "Dateline." In a clip (video below) aired by Inside Edition, almost all of the women raise their hands when asked by NBC News' Kate Snow if they believe that Cosby raped them.
All of the women's stories have been posted on the NBC News website, which states: "At the time of the alleged incidents, none of these women reported their alleged assaults to police or went to a hospital. The allegations have not been corroborated and many are decades old."
The women's statements include:
He drugged me without my knowledge and he raped me.
I was sexually harassed and assaulted.
I was sexually assaulted and drugged by him.
Cosby has repeatedly denied the allegations and has not been charged with any crimes.
Inside Edition reports that Cosby was scheduled to give a sworn deposition on Oct. 9 regarding accusations made by Judy Huth, who claims in a lawsuit against the comedian that he sexually molested her when she was 15-years-old at the Playboy Mansion in 1974.
According to NBC New York, the Cosby accusers special was timed to coincide with Cosby's deposition.