Two More Women Accuse Cosby Of Sexual Assault; Calif. Performance Postponed

(FOX 11) - Two more women came forward Thursday with sexual allegations against Bill Cosby.

Lise Lotte Lublin was 23-years-old in 1989 when she says he drugged and attacked her in Nevada. Linda Brown says she was 21-years-old when her alleged incident took place.

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Both stories fit the pattern claimed by the other accusers. Both are also too old to be criminally prosecuted because of the statute of limitations -- at least in the U.S. Brown said her attack happened in Canada, where Cosby was supposedly doing a show at the time.

Canada has no statute of limitations for sex crimes, so charges could be filed if prosecutors find enough evidence. However, Canadian officials have not said whether or not they are investigating.

Bill Cosby has repeatedly denied all the allegations against him.

Only one woman, who claims she was a minor when she was supposedly attacked by Cosby in the Playboy mansion, is pursuing a civil claim at this point.

Cosby also postponed a comedy performance in Bakersfield, amid allegations of sexual abuse of women.

A message posted to the website of The Fox Theater states the Thursday night show has been postponed and the venue does not have a new date for the performance.

The theater did not provide a reason and says it will provide refunds to ticketholders.

Cosby's publicist David Brokaw did not immediately return a phone message seeking comment.

The 77-year-old Cosby has canceled or postponed more than a dozen shows on his comedy tour in the wake of allegations by numerous women that they were sexually abused by the actor-comedian.

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