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With three more women alleging that Bill Cosby drugged, sexually assaulted or harassed them, the number of alleged Bill Cosby victims is at 50.

Fifty. Five-zero.

The latest allegations come from a former Mrs. America, a former cocktail server at a jazz club and a woman aspiring to pose for Playboy.

These three women will not “be the last to speak out about their accusations against Mr. Cosby,” Gloria Allred, their attorney, promised.

Cosby’s attorney, Marty Singer, said previously that claims “about alleged decades-old events are becoming increasingly ridiculous.”

Are they, though?

Pamela Abeyta said she was a 25-year-old aspiring model when she met Cosby who was performing at the Las Vegas Hilton in 1979.

“I thought it might lead to an opportunity with Playboy because I knew Mr. Cosby was friends with Hugh Hefner so I went,” she writes.

Abeyta said Cosby invited her to stay in a guest room in his suite, bought her $2,500 in clothes and took her to dinner and a show.

By the end of which – you’re not gonna believe this – “everything became a blur … I don’t remember leaving,” she says in a statement.

“When I came to I was lying in Bill Cosby’s bed not my own room,” she adds. “I awakened for a second time and then blacked out.”

“When I came to again I saw two other naked people in the room. Bill was sitting on the side of the bed and I blacked out again.”

Sharon Van Ert claimed that in 1976, she was working as a cocktail waitress at Concerts of the Sea, a club on the Redondo Beach pier.

The waitress claimed Cosby offered to walk her to her car, then got in her vehicle with her and told her she was too drunk to drive.

“After a while, Mr. Cosby started getting fresh,” she said. “He was touching me and rubbing my leg. The next thing I remember?”

“Waking up in my car, my head hanging down, alone. I knew I was drugged because I threw up and I never threw up or drank too much.”

“I believe that he must have put something in my drink while we were closing up the place. When I got home I realized my panties were missing.”

“I never found them.”

The third alleged victim, Lisa Christie, said Cosby became a father figure and mentor when she was an 18-year-old model and actress.

When she rebuffed his advances, Cosby allegedly told her, “You’re never going to make it in this business unless you sleep with me.”

Christie said she did not do so, despite his persistent urging. “With Mr. Cosby I was one of the fortunate ones to escape,” she said.

“Now I am here to support all of the victims.”

Cosby is scheduled to be deposed October 9 by Allred; Judy Huth claimed that Cosby molested her when she was just 15 years old.

The deposition will be the first time Cosby has spoken about the sexual assault allegations against him since a separate case in 2005.

Bill has said little about the deluge of accusations over the past year, though he has implied he is the victim of a racist witch hunt.

Sure thing.