Bill Cosby just received a major break.
On Wednesday, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office declined to charge Bill for felony sexual assault regarding the case of Playboy model Chloe Goins and a woman who claimed the actor sexually assaulted her in 1965 when she was only 17-years-old. The news comes on the heels of Cosby’s recent felony sexual assault charge filed in Pennsylvania.
For those who don’t know, the victim in the El Lay case Chloe alleged that the comedian assaulted her at a Playboy party back in 2008. Though the D.A. took interest in the case, it looks they’ve decided not to pursue it further because the statute of limitations have run out AND due to the fact that B.C. was out of town during the alleged incident.
Not to mention Bill wasn’t on any guest lists for parties at the mansion during the period in question.
As for the then 17-year-old, the D.A. once again cited expired statute of limitations along with inconsistencies in the victim’s story.
The good news for Cosby is compounded by a judge’s decision to delay the deposition of his wife Camille Cosby.
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