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12/02/2014 01:04 pm ET Updated Dec 02, 2014

Janice Dickinson: Bill Cosby Is A 'Pig' And A 'Monster' And 'He Raped Me'

Last month, former supermodel Janice Dickinson came forward alleging that Bill Cosby drugged and raped her in 1982, and now she's speaking out again.

[WARNING: This post contains language that some may find graphic or triggering.]

In an interview with CNN on Monday night, the 59-year-old broke down in tears as she recounted the alleged incident.

"I would like for Cosby to at least acknowledge that he is a pig, that he is a monster, and that he raped me," she told CNN's Fredricka Whitfield.

Dickinson recalled the alleged assault in graphic detail, explaining that she found herself alone in a Lake Tahoe hotel room with Cosby, who offered her red wine and a pill after she complained of menstrual cramps. Dickinson said that as she began to blackout she started taking photos of Cosby with her Polaroid camera. (TMZ published Dickinson's photos from the alleged incident last month.)

"The last thing I remember I had blacked out and Cosby mounting me like the monster that he was," Dickinson said. "I remember more specifically waking up and that he ... there was a lot of pain ... downstairs. There was semen all over me and my pajama bottoms were off, and the top was open. ... I got the hell out of there."

When asked why she didn't come forward about the assault earlier, Dickinson explained:

"I remember being humiliated, disgusted. I had revulsion toward Cosby. Cosby was a very powerful man and probably still is. I trusted this man. I stuffed it. I compartmentalized it because ... I was embarrassed.”

When Dickinson went public with her allegations last month, Cosby's lawyer, Martin Singer, said in a statement that Dickinson's claims were a "fabricated lie."

As of today, more than 15 women have come forward to publicly accuse Cosby of sexual assault.

In recent weeks, NBC axed the pilot they were developing with Cosby, Netflix announced it was postponing the launch of his comedy special and TV Land pulled all reruns of "The Cosby Show" from its schedule as well.

Additionally, the University of Massachusetts-Amherst has cut ties with Cosby, who is an alumnus, asking him to step down as an honorary co-chairman of their $300 million fundraising campaign. The 77-year-old actor also stepped down as a trustee of Temple University following renewed accusations.

Request for comment made to Cosby's rep and lawyer have yet to be returned at this time; this post will be updated if and when they respond.

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