Pioneering black model Beverly Johnson says she now has three words for Bill Cosby: "I forgive you."
Johnson has accused the disgraced comedian of drugging her during an audition for the part of a pregnant woman on the star's hit 1980s sitcom“The Cosby Show."
She was asked on ABC's "Good Morning America" what she would say to him today.
“I forgive you,” was her response.
Johnson revealed she was one of Cosby's dozens of alleged victims in an ABC interview and Vanity Fair first-person essay last December.
She appeared on GMA Tuesday to promote the book about her historic career,called "The Face That Changed It All."
“It was almost like a family member had betrayed me, it was such a huge sense of betrayal for me,” Johnson said previously, adding that other women also accusing Cosby “gave me the courage to go forward.”
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Cosby has not been charged with a crime despite all the allegations.
Johnson said she'll leave his fate up to law enforcement.
"I just feel that he’s a lightning rod for a much bigger conversation and that conversation would be the rape culture in America,” Johnson said.