According to the Salt Lake City Justice Court clerk, Cosby was also hit with the charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
The season one housewife has pled not guilty to both misdemeanor counts and is gearing up to appear before the court on August 12.
RadarOnline.com did some digging, and in the state of Utah, contributing to the delinquency of a minor could be punishable by up to six months behind bars.
Not only could Cosby face jail time if found guilty, but she may also get slapped with a hefty $1,000 fine.
While she's been quiet on social media since June, Cosby's rep did release a statement calling the situation a "misunderstanding."
"Mary is saddened that she was dragged into another family's domestic situation," a rep for the Bravo star told E! News, "but is confident that this misunderstanding will be cleared up soon."
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The alleged incident took place earlier this year in April, but details surrounding it remain private.
It's unclear if the RHOSLC cameras caught the drama surrounding Cosby, as they just missed her co-star Jen Shah's arrest.
She pled not guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit money laundering and wire fraud for her alleged role in a massive telemarketing scheme.
Prosecutors believe Shah and her personal assistant, Stuart Smith, played a key role in a long-running sham that targeted the elderly.
If found guilty, Shah could face 5-10 years in prison.