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Janice Dickinson on Bill Cosby: 'I want an admission of guilt'

By Marilyn Malara
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Janice Dickinson on Bill Cosby: 'I want an admission of guilt'
Janice Dickinson attends "Vivienne Westwood" Spring/Summer catwalk show at Fashion Week in London on September 19, 2010. Dickinson accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault in November of last year and sued him in May for calling her a liar. Photo by Rune Hellestad/UPI | License Photo

WASHINGTON, July 8 (UPI) -- Supermodel Janice Dickinson says she feels "validated" after unsealed documents revealed that comedian Bill Cosby administered Quaaludes to a woman before having sex with her.

Dickinson, 60, isn't fully satisfied by the new evidence, but on Tuesday expressed a feeling of validation, People reports. Being one of the more than two dozen women who have accused Cosby, 77, of sexual assault, Dickinson said the new information "shows that he and all his people knew all along that we were telling the truth."

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"I want an admission of guilt. This is not over until we get a fair judge and jury and he can go under oath and stand on trial under oath for what he did to me," she said. "He and his accomplices should have to pay for what they did."

Dickinson told Entertainment Tonight that she doesn't "know how to feel," after hearing the news of Cosby's 2005 deposition.

"I don't have the strength at the moment until each and every one of the women that have accused Bill Cosby, along with myself and a few other women -- I want an apology for each and every one of us in order for my soul to heal," she told the outlet Tuesday. "I don't feel any 'hip-hip hooray.'"

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A District judge on Monday unsealed documents revealing Cosby's admission to giving Quaaludes to a woman for sex. His lawyer reportedly kept him from giving further details about his intent.

Dickinson accused Cosby of sexual assault last Nov., saying he had drugged and raped her in 1982. When the comedian denied the allegations and called the model a liar, she then sued him for defamation.

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