Another Cosby Accuser Steps Out To Slam The Actor With Sexual Assault, Wants Police to Investigate Claims
|Christian George Acevedo |||Jan 14, 2015 07:50 PM EST|
(Photo : Reuters) Bill Cosby
A 24-year-old model stepped out to claim that she was drugged and sexually abused by embattled comedian Bill Cosby six years ago at the Playboy Mansion.
Chloe Goins went to the Los Angeles Police to make a statement although her lawyer was not clear if the comedian would be investigated.
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The alleged incident happened sometime in 2008, which might well be covered by the statute of limitations.
Goins and her Florida lawyer, Spencer Kuvin, were at the LAPD headquarters making a statement about everything that she remembered during that incident with Cosby in August 2008.
Kuven said that police assured her that investigation would push through.
LAPD, however, did not release any statement.
According to Goins' statement, she was 18 then and was at the Playboy Mansion when Cosby offered her a drink. She then remembered that she lost consciousness and woke up naked, while Cosby was kissing her toes and masturbating. When she reacted to what the comedian was doing, the 76-year-old immediately pulled up his pants and left.
It was, however, unclear if she was raped or not or if her claims would be covered by the California statute of limitations.
Kuvin, who works with Craig Goldenfarb law office in West Palm Beach as a personal injury lawyer, refused to divulge any other details since police requested Goins to refrain from making any public statements about Cosby.
But whether or not police prosecutes Cosby for Goin's claims, still, "they can use her information and use her as a witness if someone else comes forward or if they are currently investigating anyone else's (allegations)."
Why she came forward? Because Goins wanted not only to prosecute Cosby but also to support the more than two dozen women who came out to claim that, just like here, have also been drugged and raped by Cosby in decades past.
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