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The scandal swirling around embattled Bill Cosby has just hit a new low - a 55-year-old woman has hit the comic with a lawsuit alleging he molested her at the Playboy Mansion when she was just 15.
The Cosby Show star has been at the centre of controversy after Hannibal Buress poked fun at the funnyman's alleged bad reputation during a stand-up show in October (14).
Since then, a number of women, including actresses and models, have come forward claiming Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted them, and now a woman named Judy Huth is not only adding her name to the list of alleged victims, she has taken legal action by filing a lawsuit in Los Angeles.
In the documents obtained by Tmz.com, Huth claims she and a friend met the veteran comedian on the set of a movie in Los Angeles in 1974.
A week later, she claims Cosby invited them to his tennis club, where they played billiards and he allegedly required the underage girls to drink a beer every time he won a game.
Huth then claims Cosby took her and her friend to the Playboy Mansion, where he told them to say they were 19, if anyone asked.
She claims she followed Cosby into one of the mansion's rooms, where he allegedly began to "sexually molest her by attempting to put his hand down her pants, and then taking her hand in his hand and performing a sex act on himself without her consent."
Huth reveals it took her 40 years to file the lawsuit because she was so "mentally scarred" from the incident, and she only recently connected her own psychological issues with the alleged rape.
Cosby has yet to respond to the lawsuit. The comedian has declined to comment about any of the decades-old claims against him but his lawyer previously dismissed the other sexual assault allegations as false.
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