On Sunday night, New York magazine released this cover story:

It features photographs of 35 of the 46 women who have publicly accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault.

It’s powerful and personal, and people want to know more.

Louisa Moritz, 68, an actress, was allegedly assaulted by Bill Cosby in 1971. Moritz was getting ready to appear on the 'Tonight Show' when someone opened the door of her dressing room. “He never knocked. I knew it was Mr. Cosby. I'd seen his picture. He walked in and closed the door behind him. It went on for maybe four minutes, five minutes. But it was the longest five minutes that I ever experienced. And when they called my name, he ran out. When he walked down the stage, he introduced himself as Louisa Moritz. And then a huge laugh. When they called me to go onstage, I was a zombie. He didn't look at me while we were on the show. I didn't look at him. I just felt him. I was afraid to tell anybody. I knew who Mr. Cosby was and that prevented me from telling anybody. I felt ashamed. I was embarrassed to be me." Tap the photo to hear Louisa Moritz tell her story, and watch her video interview at

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Right now, they can’t.

We reached out to New York magazine for more information regarding their site being down; at this time, they say they have no further information besides the first tweet above.

According to The Daily Dot, “A self-described hacker called ThreatKing, who says he hates New York City, claims he has successfully overwhelmed the site with a distributed denial-of-service attack, overloading its servers with traffic. … A New York magazine employee, who spoke to The Daily Dot on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly about the attack, said they assumed the site was on the receiving end of a DDoS attack.”

The attack is reportedly not related to the Bill Cosby story. “Instead, [ThreatKing] claimed, this stems entirely from his dislike of New York City, which he extends to magazines that share its name.”

At the time of publication, New York magazine was still down.

This article has been updated to include New York magazine’s response to a request for comment.

Update: New York magazine’s cover story is now available to read on their Tumblr account.

Update: As of Monday afternoon, was back up.