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Bill Cosby's Accuser In 2008 Playboy Mansion Incident To File Federal Civil Case Against Comedian –– Chloe Goins Says He Drugged & Sexually Abused Her

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Oct. 6 2015, Published 9:20 a.m. ET

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Chloe Goins, a Las Vegas woman who claims she was drugged and sexually abused by Bill Cosby in 2008, is filing a federal civil lawsuit against the comic.

Goins, who has been the focal point of a criminal probe of The Cosby Show star, says that during an Aug. 9, 2008 run-in at the Playboy Mansion, Cosby handed her a drink, which she sipped and then lost consciousness.

Goins said that when she woke up, the comic had his mouth on her toes while he was touching himself, abruptly leaving when she expressed her discomfort with his creepy actions.

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Goins' suit will be formally announced by lawyer Spencer Kuvin in a news conference slated to be held at Los Angeles Police Dept. Headquarters Tuesday afternoon.

As previously reported, Cosby's attorney Martin Singer has denied the incident took place, saying Cosby was on the East Coast at the time of the alleged incident. Cosby's camp has provided detailed evidence to officials that he was out-of-town on the day in question, reported.

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Cosby also faces more court time in the case of Judith Huth, a woman who says the comic sexually abused her in a 1974 incident that also took place at the Playboy Mansion, when she was just 15-years-old.

Gloria Allred, who is representing Huth, has vowed she will be "very vigorous" when she grills the comic in the civil suit in a deposition set for Oct. 9.

Cosby has not been charged with any crimes in connection with the accusations from more than 50 women.



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