Cindra Ladd claims that comedian Bill Cosby drugged and then raped her back in 1969 when she was 21 and he was 32 and already married to his wife Camille.
Cindra Ladd, a philanthropist and former entertainment executive has become the latest in a string of alleged victims to accuse the legendary comedian Bill Cosby of sexual assault Ladd wrote in a post she posted to the Huffington Post on Monday that she first met Cosby in 1969 when she was 21 working for Ray Stark, while Bill was 32 and married to the current wife.
She said she met him one night before a movie outing at an apartment that he said belonged to a friend of his. After she complained of a terrible headache, Cosby told her he had a "miracle cure" given to him by a doctor. He gave her a capsule, saying she could trust him.
Ladd wrote that she woke up the following morning and it was obvious Bill had had sex with her without her knowledge. She said she couldn't report to the police at that time because it was a "different time and 'date rape' was a concept that did not exist."
She wrote that she finally came out to speak because of the similar cases that have come out about the comedian. saying "I came out because it is a right thing to do, I have no plans to sue,I don't need or want money , and have no plans for press conference or interview".
There has been no comment from Bill or his representatives.