Attorney Gloria Allred last week held a press conference that brought forward three new women alleging sexual assault against Bill Cosby. Today, two more women have come forward, bringing the total to more than 50 accusers.

Accompanied by Allred and fellow accuser Sarita Butterfield, Charlotte Fox, an ex-actress, and a woman introduced as Elizabeth, a flight attendant, told their stories at a live-streamed press conference today via CTV News.

Elizabeth, for her part, says that Cosby sexually assaulted her after drinking from his sake cup at a Japanese restaurant.

"All I know is that it was the most horrifying thing that could happen to any young woman," she said. "The next thing I remember is I was in the Rolls-Royce profusely vomiting. I remember the driver saying, 'You're not the first.' "

Elizabeth also said that she lived with the guilt of feeling like the alleged incident was her fault for years, though now her view on the situation is different.

"If I hadn't been drugged, I would have never ended up in a hotel with him and he knew that," she said.

Fox then relayed her allegations, delving into her experiences working as an extra on Uptown Saturday Night in the 1970s, where she met Cosby. Her story is similarly familiar, with the actress claiming that she once woke up nude in a room with Cosby, who was wearing a robe at the time.

"It was not consensual," Fox said. "I was afraid to call it out. When I heard the other women, I said, "Oh, God, that is what happened to me.' "

Cosby was recently ordered to testify under oath on Oct. 9 in connection with a lawsuit filed by accuser Judy Huth. It will be the comedian's first deposition regarding the accusations against him since the damning 2005 deposition that was unsealed last month.

In that deposition, Cosby admitted to procuring quaaludes to give to women with whom he wanted to have sex. Cosby has never been charged with a crime in connection with the allegations he faces.