LAPD Will Investigate Sexual Assault Claims Against Bill Cosby
The LAPD will investigate new sexual assault claims made against Bill Cosby, an LAPD spokesperson tells The Hollywood Reporter.
The LAPD will investigate the sexual assault claims made Wednesday against Bill Cosby by a woman named Chloe Goins, an LAPD spokesperson tells The Hollywood Reporter.
Officer Norma Eisenman tells THR, "[The allegations] will be investigated. That is all that we are commenting."
As THR reported earlier, Goins visited LAPD HQ Wednesday morning with her attorney to make a statement to police in relation to a 2008 incident, during which she claims Cosby drugged and molested her at the Playboy Mansion. Goins was 18 years old at the time of the alleged assault.
Goins' attorney Spencer Kuvin told THR, "[The case] is in [LAPD's] hands now."
Goins previously told the Daily Mail that she met Cosby at the Playboy Mansion party. She claimed Cosby gave her a drink and everything became foggy after that. She said she woke up naked in a bedroom soon after, and Cosby was sucking on her toes and masturbating. She said Cosby then pulled his pants up and ran out of the room.
THR reached out to Cosby's attorney for comment, but did not yet receive a response.