The number of women publicly alleging sexual attacks by once-beloved TV dad and comedian Bill Cosby continues to grow today, with Carla Ferrigno, wife and manager to "The Incredible Hulk" star Lou Ferrigno, claiming yesterday that Cosby attempted to force himself on her in 1967 when she was a teenager.

Carla Ferrigno appeared on Los Angeles' Jon and Ken Show to discuss the allegations, saying that she ended up at Cosby's house one night after going on a date with one of his friends. Cosby's wife, Camille, was apparently home as Ferrigno and her date began to play pool. Via the Daily Mail:

She and her date and Bill started to play pool, and in the middle of the game, she looks up and asked where Camille [Cosby's wife] was. 

"She's probably gone to bed," Cosby told her. 

'"Things are starting to feel odd now. I'm from the South and you always say goodnight to your guests, so I asked, 'Why didn't she say goodnight?' "

'"He said she was probably tired so I kept watching them play. And then Bill won, so Bill and I played. And pretty soon I noticed that the guy disappeared and I asked where he went.

"He told me, 'Probably to the bathroom.' " 

From there, the familiar pattern we've seen with Cosby's accusers' stories begins to emerge:

"Things really seemed odder now. We kept playing. Bill beat me. And just as I was ready to put the pool cue down he came forward at me. I thought he was reaching for the pool cue. But he came at me and grabbed me in such a powerful way. Grabbing me. 

"He was much bigger than me. Much bigger and he pulled me so hard and so rough. I had never been treated so roughly and he pulled me hard to him, so hard.

"And then he kissed me so hard, right in the mouth. No one has ever been that physically violent with me.

"I was stunned. I was frozen. I took all my body strength and used both of my arms to stop him and push him away from me. He was so forceful."

The difference, of course, is that Ferrigno's story stops short of the blackouts and rapes claimed by women like Joan Tarshis, Barbara Bowman, Andrea Constand, and others. Ferrigno actually recognizes this in her Daily Mail interview, and attributes it to her refusal of several drinks offered by Cosby.

"I feel so bad for these women," she said in her Thursday interview. "I was the lucky one. I mean 'lucky' in that he didn't harm me. It harmed me emotionally all my life, but he didn't harm physically harm me." 

Ferrigno added that she wants her allegation to be "one more nail in his coffin."

Cosby's lawyer, however, has issued a statement already denying Ferrigno's claims. Via Hollywood Reporter:

"This continuation of a pattern of attacks on Mr. Cosby has entered the realm of the ridiculous, with a purported 'forceful kiss' at a party in 1967, nearly 50 years ago, being treated as a current 'news story' and grossly mischaracterized as 'sexual assault.' This is utter nonsense," said Cosby lawyer Marty Singer.

[The Jon and Ken Show]