Bill Cosby will once again be deposed under oath in a second case where a woman is accusing him of sexual assault.
A judged said on Wednesday that the 78-year-old entertainer will be questioned this October for the allegations made by Judy Huth, who is claiming Cosby molested her when she was only 15 years old.
Cosby's questioning will take place on Oct. 9, and Huth's on Oct. 15.
While numerous women have come forward claiming they were sexually assaulted by Cosby, the majority of them cannot proceed in court due to the statue of limitations laws for such claims.
However, since Huth is alleging that Cosby sexually abused her as a minor, her case can be heard. She claims that The Cosby Show star forced her to do a sex act on him while they were at the Playboy Mansion in 1974.
"We are pleased that we will now be able to move ahead without further delay on Ms. Huth's case, and we look forward to taking Mr. Cosby’s deposition on Oct. 9, 2015," Gloria Allred, Huth's attorney, said in a statement to ET.
Cosby's team has yet to comment on the upcoming questioning.
This court case comes after the 2005 deposition in Andrea Constand's case against Cosby was released to the public, in which the comedian admitted to giving Quaaludes to women that he was looking to have sex with.
That being said, Cosby has denied all accusations regarding sexual abuse and has never been criminally charged.
"We started with a man who had not been charged with a crime, who has not been convicted of a crime, but instead has been accused of criminal activity," Cosby's lawyer, Monique Pressley, told Good Morning America in July. "If anyone is being defamed ...it's Mr. Cosby."
One of Cosby's accusers, former model Beth Ferrier, recently spoke with ET about her alleged encounter with the comedian in the '80s. Ferrier claims Cosby drugged her when she went to visit him in Denver by slipping something into her cappuccino.
"I thought he cared and loved me," Ferrier said. "He drugged me and that was it."