Cosby prosecution sues again, claiming Hugh Hefner conspired in assault


LOS ANGELES A lady who has indicted Bill Cosby of drugging and molesting her during a Playboy Mansion celebration in 2008, when she was a minor, has filed a second lawsuit accusing Playboy owner Hugh Hefner of conspiring in a assault.

Chloe Goins, one of dozens of women who have done allegations opposite Cosby, 78, claimed in her Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit that Hefner was probable since he hosted a celebration and suggested she and a crony have drinks with a comic.

“Additionally, suspect Hefner knew or should have famous that suspect Cosby over a years had a inclination for distilled and or drugging immature women and holding advantage of them intimately and opposite their will or while they were unconscious,” Goins asserted in a lawsuit.

A orator for Cosby declined to criticism on a lawsuit. Representatives for Hefner, 90, could not be reached for criticism on Tuesday afternoon.

In Oct 2015 Goins, who has pronounced she was 17 during a time of a purported assault, sued Cosby in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, claiming “childhood passionate abuse” and seeking some-more than $75,000 in damages.

The New York Daily News reported that Goins, now 26, withdrew that box in Feb as she prepared to record a new movement fixing Hefner.

Goins’ attorney, Spencer Kuvin, could not immediately be reached for criticism on a lawsuit.

Los Angeles prosecutors in Jan declined to record rapist charges opposite Cosby in tie with a purported incident, citing deficient justification and a government of limitations.

Goins is among some-more than 50 women who have done accusations opposite Cosby that embody drugging, passionate harassment, passionate attack and rape.

In many cases, a incidents date behind decades, putting them outward a government of stipulations for authorised action.

Last month a California decider refused Cosby’s second try to boot a lawsuit brought by a lady who indicted a hostess of intimately abusing her during a Playboy Mansion when she was 15.

In New York, a sovereign decider ruled opposite Cosby’s bid to enforce a publisher of New York repository to yield entrance to unedited interviews of 6 women who are suing him.

(Reporting by Dan Whitcomb)


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