Chloe Goins Seeks Charges Against Bill Cosby

Latest woman to come forward with sexual assault claims against Bill Cosby, Chloe Goins, seeks criminal charges.

Chloe Goins, the model who recently claimed Bill Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion in 2008, met with Los Angeles police Wednesday to file charges against the comedian.

According to Chloe’s attorney, Spencer Kuvin, she may be the only woman accusing Cosby of sexual abuse whose case falls within the statute of limitations. To date, more that 15 women have come forth with allegations of sexual misconduct by Cosby; many of which date back more than four decades.

Though Chloe did not address questions at a press conference Wednesday, her attorney stated that she came forward after discovering other women had fallen victim to Cosby and that she may have a valid case of criminal misconduct.

Chloe’s attorney did not discuss her conversation with detectives; however, he restated that she was drugged by Cosby during a Playboy Mansion event in 2008 and though she did not recall what had happened while unconscious, she did awake to find Cosby on top of her naked body.

“Ms. Goins and I are here for two reasons: for justice and accountability,” Kuvin told reporters.

Chloe is not the first woman to meed with LAPD detectives to describe sexual misconduct by Cosby. Judy Huth is suing the actor-comedian after prosecutors declined to file charges. Judy is claiming that she was assaulted by Cosby in the early 1970s when she was just 15 years old – also at the Playboy Mansion.

At the moment it’s unclear what, if any, charges will be filed against Cosby. LAPD Commander, Andrew Smith, would not confirm Cosby was under investigation and stated that sexual abuse cases are extremely confidential.

Cosby has been performing his standup routine on a recent road tour in Canada and the United States, during which he has joked about the allegations against him. He is scheduled to do two performances in Denver on Saturday night despite protestors and hecklers.

“We hope that the people that are paying to attend Mr. Cosby’s shows understand that these victimized women have broken their silence now and they will not remain quiet any longer,” Kuvin said. “Mr. Cosby should, and will be held accountable for what he’s done.”

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