Boca Nurse Claiming Assault By Cosby Also Claimed Assault By Another

BOCA RATON, FL ( — Boca Raton nurse Therese Serignese, the latest woman to claim sex assault by Bill Cosby, spent much of the early part of the 2000s in Palm Beach County Court claiming domestic abuse by her husband at the time.

Dominick Guida, was ultimately convicted of one count of domestic violence and sentenced to probation. The two divorced in 2005. That’s the same year that Serignese apparently first notified police of the alleged Cosby assault. The Associated Press reports that Serignese claims to have filed a report with Philadelphia Police — near Cosby’s home — in 2005. There is no proof of that police report at this time.

Serignese says she was assaulted by Bill Cosby following a show in Las Vegas 20 years earlier —  in 1976. Serignese, 19 at the time, claims she was drugged and assaulted by the comedian.





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