24-Year-Old Model Accuses Cosby of Sex Assault at Playboy Mansion in 2008

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Chloe Goins is seen outside of Los Angeles Police Department headquarters after delivering a statement alleging sexual assault involving Bill Cosby six years ago at the Playboy Mansion. (Credit: KTLA)

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Facing a wall of cameras outside Los Angeles police headquarters Wednesday, a model and her attorney accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault at a Playboy Mansion party in 2008, possibly the first claim among a host of allegations against the comedian that could be criminally prosecuted.

Chloe Goins, 24, said that during a "Midsummer Night’s Dream"-themed party at the Playboy Mansion seven years ago, Cosby drugged her drink and she passed out, and that when she regained consciousness later he was on top of her. She told the Daily Mail that Cosby was pleasuring himself and licking her toes.

Goins was 18 at the time of the alleged assault, said her attorney, Spencer T. Kuvin. Though Cosby faces accusations of sexual assault by more than 20 other women dating back 40 years, Goins’ claim is the first that could fall within California’s statute of limitations.

Kuvin said his client had not been back to the mansion since or spoken with Cosby. He said she was afraid to come forward because of Cosby’s fame.

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