A day after a woman sued Bill Cosby for an alleged sexual assault at the Playboy Mansion when she was 15, feminist attorney Gloria Allred challenged the comedian to “end the nightmare” by waiving the statute of limitations on the alleged rapes so justice can be served. She spoke during a press conference with three other purported victims, the Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday. Allred also suggested he put aside $100 million to pay the women he allegedly raped.

Allred argued Cosby has nothing to lose if he’s innocent, as he has claimed multiple times. "If Mr. Cosby believes all the women are being untruthful, then this is his opportunity to prove it,” Allred said, according to the L.A. Times. “What could be fairer than that?"

During the press conference, accusers Helen Hayes, Beth Ferrier and "Chelan” each said Cosby would give them drugs or something to drink and would then sexually assault them, The Hollywood Reporter wrote. All sobbed as they told their story. Similar claims have been made by most of Cosby's other accusers, including Janice Dickinson, Barbara Bowman and Joan Tarshis.  

“I want Mr. Cosby to face justice for what he has done to me and to so many other women,” Ferrier said, according to Variety.  “His behavior was like that of a predator,” Hayes added. Chelan said Cosby cooed, “Daddy says wakeup,” hours after the assault, according to TMZ .

Cosby’s attorney Martin Singer previously said that the assertions more than a dozen women have made were “ridiculous,” but did not issue a statement after Wednesday’s press conference.

Though he remained silent about the press conference, Cosby took to Twitter to thank Jill Scott and Whoopi Goldberg, who have publicly supported the embattled star. 

As the allegations continued to mount, Cosby, 77, resigned from Temple University’s Board of Trustees Monday. “I have always wanted to do what would be in the best interests of the university and its students,” he said. “As a result, I have tendered my resignation.”

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