A model who claims Bill Cosby sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion in 2008 met with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) on Wednesday to file criminal charges against the famed comedian.
Chloe Goins is the first woman to accuse Cosby of sexual assault whose case may fall within the statute of limitations.
Goins did not speak during a press conference Wednesday. Her attorney, Spencer Kuvin, said she came forward after hearing about other women describing abuse by Cosby and realizing she might have a valid criminal case.
Kuvin declined to discuss what Goins told detectives but restated her allegations that Cosby drugged her at a 2008 event at the Playboy Mansion. Goins does not know what happened while she was blacked out but Kuvin says she awoke to find herself naked and Cosby over her.
“Ms. Goins and I are here for two reasons: for justice and accountability,” Kuvin said.
Cosby recently made jokes about the rape allegations at his show in Canada, and despite planned protests, is scheduled to perform shows in Denver on Saturday night.
Goins is the second woman to meet with the LAPD detectives about Cosby’s sexual misconduct, however, over 20 have accused the comedian of sexual assault over the years.