The hits just keep coming for Bill Cosby.
A 24-year-old model/exotic dancer named Chloe Goins has made the first accusation against the 77-year-old comic that falls within the statute of limitation, claiming the 80s sitcom king drugged and sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion six years ago, during the summer of 2008.
Goins, who was 18 at the time of the alleged attack, told MailOnline she intends to inform authorities of the incident, in which she claims Cosby secretly put a sedative in her drink before taking her into a bedroom at the famed property, where he was licking her feet while pleasuring himself.
Goins told the outlet she went with a friend to a Playboy party and was “quickly introduced” to Hugh Hefner when they arrived at about 11 p.m.; soon, Cosby made his way to say hello.
“I kind of recognized him from TV, I know he was on a TV show where he played a family guy, but he was a little bit before my time,” Goins said. “Hef introduced him as his good friend, they seemed really close.
“He seemed like a really nice guy, really funny … we were talking, laughing and having fun.
Goins said Cosby gave her a glass of vodka, and soon after “everything kind of went a little foggy,” and she “started feeling sick to her stomach and just dizzy.”
“Someone spiked my drink, I have no doubt about that, it was my first drink of the night,” Goins said.
Hefner offered Goins a place to lie down, she said, at which point “Bill offered to show me the room, he said he knew the way.
“He seemed nice and I don't remember feeling nervous or that it was weird. He had his arm around me to show me the way and I did notice he had been paying me a little more attention than my friend, but never thought anything of it.”
Goins said she awoke out of a daze, naked, to see Cosby “licking and kissing” her toes, while playing with himself with his pants around his ankled.
“He was at my feet … and I think he bit my toe as that's what woke me up,” she said. “I kind of thank God for that because that's what woke me up and I came to.”
Goins said as she awoke from the stupor, she asked Cosby what was going on, and “he didn't really say anything, didn't explain anything or give a reason.
“He jumped up, pulled his pants back up quickly and left. He had seen that I was alert and bolted out of there, I was left in the room by myself.”
Thinking that Cosby had licked her all over — based on moisture on her person — Goins said she’d felt “violated and humiliated” in the wake of the incident.
“I can't be 100% sure what he did to me, I was completely out of it,” she said. “I was scared, I was just 18 and he was an old man, I was not very sexually experienced and I didn't really know what had happened, it was violating.”
Goins said she declined to inform officials about what had happened at first, out of fear for her future.
“I didn't want to get in trouble and maybe ruin my modeling career,” she said. “Bill Cosby was on TV and had a family man image, I thought to hurt that, he would come after me, try to ruin me.”
Goins said that support from friends and the power in numbers after others have stepped forward, have convinced her that the time is right.
“Unlike many of those women, I don't think he raped me so I am one of the lucky ones, but at the same time it was a f***ed up situation,” Goins said.
Hefner, in the wake of the scandal, said he “would never tolerate this kind of behavior” at his home, and that “the mere thought of these allegations is truly saddening.”
Cosby was also implicated in another incident at the Playboy Mansion, drugging and sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl named Judy Huth in 1974.
Should he be convicted of sexual assault under California law, he’d face up to a maximum of 48 months in custody.