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From 'People': Anonymous Bill Cosby accuser reveals identity

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While Bill Cosby is trying to discredit three of the women who have accused him of sexual assault, a woman who had previously shared her story anonymously has just revealed her identity.

Florida resident Jennifer K. “Kaya” Thompson, the once Jane Doe No. 2, has come forward as part of a group of dozens of women making claims of sexual offense against Cosby.

“It’s come to my understanding that there’s greater credibility for my testimony with a full name and an image,” Thompson, 44, who was formerly known as “Jena T.,” told People. “I am so very grateful for the Jane Doe who came before me in the lawsuit 10 years ago.”

Thompson first told her story to People, when she described her experience as a 17-year-old in 1988 who was visiting a New York City modeling agency and met Cosby while he was still starring on The Cosby Show.

Head over to People to read more of Thompson’s story.