Police detectives have presented evidence to Los Angeles prosecutors for a possible criminal case against Bill Cosby, ET has learned.
The evidence pertains to accusations made by Las Vegas dancer Chloe Goins that Cosby allegedly drugged and did something sexual to her at the Playboy Mansion in 2008.
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"[The case] is now under review," a D.A. spokesperson told ET on Thursday, but it is unclear what charges could be filed.
Despite dozens of accusations, Cosby has never been criminally charged for any of the allegations against him and he has categorically denied all claims of sexual assault.
Goins first met with investigating officers in January to discuss the alleged encounter she had with the 78-year-old comedian.
"Ms. Goins is potentially the first victim of Mr. Cosby who is within California's legal statute of limitations to bring forward criminal charges," Goins' attorney Spencer Kuvin told reporters at the time. "She fully understands and accepts the immense responsibility that her decision to be here today carries. Ms. Goins and I are here for two reasons: justice and accountability."
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The district attorney's latest efforts follows new accusations from three more women who came forward on Wednesday. The women included former Mrs. America Lisa Christie, Sharon Van Ert, a former cocktail server at a jazz club allegedly frequented by Cosby, and Pamela Abeyta, a woman who claims she was introduced to Cosby because she wanted him to help her appear in Playboy magazine.
"Although it is too late for these three new accusers to take any legal action against Mr. Cosby because of the statute of limitations, these three courageous women want Mr. Cosby to be accountable for what they say was his misconduct towards them," attorney Gloria Allred said during a press conference held in her Los Angeles office.
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In July, 35 of Cosby's accusers united to tell their story to New York Magazine. The magazine photographed and interviewed each woman separately, and noted that each of "their stories have remarkable similarities." Watch the video below for more.