Transcript for Bill Cosby Accusers Speak Out in New Special
day. Good to get solutions. Next up in "Heat index," bill Cosby's accusers, A&E is doing a show on that and linsey Davis has the story. Reporter: It is a story told through firsthand accounts of many of the women who contributed to the downfall of bill Cosby. Several of those women describe their initial excitement to meet the comedian and go on to say their experience with him changed their life forever. It doesn't happen in your 30s or 40s. After 35, egg quality, egg quantity starts to go down. R afte40 it drops again with just 5% of women trying to G napreg given cycle but as I know as an ob/gyn and a lot of women know itnl oy sketaone, sore the is reason to stay positive and.mystic. We do see it but it's not as common. Thank shthanks, Jen. See "Fablife" every single day. New series "Ere yoas Ur pain whenever and wherever you it. ABC's deils tafor us. Decades. In 1976. In 1984. In 1989. Reporter: Women from all walks of life. I was an aspiring comedy writer. I was a flight attendant for American airlines. I was a singer/songwriter. Full time international model. Reporter: The collective chorus details what they describe as a perfect storm of fame and power. I was just a small town girl. I had just turned 20. I was 23 years old. I wasn't going to go up against goliath. Reporter: Interview interviews telling about drugging, unwanted sexual advances. I was a flight attendant with American airlines and met bill Cosby in 1976. He had a glass of saki and I didn't foe what it was. I did not drink or do drugs but he said taste it, just taste it. You need to drink it to loosen up. It's bill Cosby, what could happen? It was literally like being under anesthesia and trying to come out but you can't. After that, I don't know how I ended up in his hotel room. Reporter: Cosby's attorneys have long denied these allegations, the comedian has never been charged or convicted. He is set to be deposed next month in the only civil case still pending against him. It actually dates back to th the '70s but the attorney argues the statute of limitations should not apply because she claims it involves child abuse since the alleged victim was still a teen at the time. The documentary airs tonight on A&E.
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