THE CUT – Nearly one year after Bill Cosby walked out of prison, he’s headed back to court in Los Angeles, where yet another woman has sued him for sexual assault.
Judy Huth says that, when she was around 16 years old, the comedian brought her and a friend to the Playboy Mansion and molested her in a bedroom.
Cosby denies Huth’s allegation, just as he has denied each of the other complaints by the 60-plus women who say Cosby abused and even raped them.
“While defendant does not deny that he socialized with plaintiff at the Playboy Mansion, as he did other women and men who frequented the club,” his attorneys have countered in court documents, according to the New York Times, “defendant vehemently denies that plaintiff was underage.”
Yet Huth has been arguing her point for years, having initially filed a lawsuit against the disgraced comedian in 2014.
Who is Judy Huth?
Huth, now 64, says she met Cosby as a teenager after seeing him on the set of Let’s Do It Again in San Marino, California.
Initially, Huth said the meeting took place in 1974, when she was 15; she now alleges it happened in 1975, meaning she would have been 16 and Cosby 37.
She says Cosby invited her and her friend to his tennis club, where they played games and he gave them alcohol. From there, she says, he brought them to the Playboy Mansion, instructing both girls to tell anyone who asked that they were 19.
What does Huth allege?
According to Huth, after they arrived at the Mansion, Cosby forced himself on her in a bedroom. She says he tried to kiss her and stick his hand inside her pants, then grabbed hers and made her perform a sex act on him.
She filed her suit — accusing Cosby of sexual battery and the infliction of emotional distress — in December 2014, after the first wave of Cosby’s victims began speaking publicly …