Janice Dickinson, self-proclaimed “world’s first supermodel,” joined two other women in claiming Bill Cosby sexually assaulted her. During a 1982 meeting near Lake Tahoe, Dickenson claimed, Cosby gave her “wine and a pill” after dinner. “The next morning I woke up and I wasn’t wearing my pajamas,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “And I remember before I passed out that I had been sexually assaulted by this man.” The last thing she remembered was Cosby “in a patchwork robe, dropping his robe and getting on top of me.” Dickinson’s account matches closely with the other two accusers, Jan Tarshis—who went public over the weekend—and Barbara Bowman, who both published firsthand accounts that included being drugged. Meanwhile, Netflix announced it is postponing Cosby’s upcoming standup comedy special, scheduled for next week.