Bill Cosby’s high-profile attorney, Marty Singer, is reportedly claiming to have evidence that “conclusively” proves the comedian wasn’t at the Playboy Mansion on the night his latest accuser claims he sexually assaulted her.
Singer reportedly told TMZ that he is in possession of specific flight and telephone records proving that Cosby was in New York City on August 9, 2008, far away from the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles.
Model Chloe Goins is one of several women who have accused Cosby of sexual assault. Goins claims Cosby gave her a drink at the Playboy Mansion’s “Midsummer Night’s Party” on the night in question, and later woke up to find him sucking on her toes and touching himself.
Goins has filed a police report with the Los Angeles Police Department, but she has yet to file a civil lawsuit.
As TMZ notes, “the alleged incident occurred a little more than 6 years ago, and the statute of limitations is 6 years for all sexual assaults except rape -- the rape statute is 10 years, but up to this point Goins never alleged penetration.”
But Singer told the website that Cosby’s legal team is already in the process of "providing documentary evidence to the appropriate authorities which conclusively establishes Mr. Cosby's whereabouts on August 9th."
In media reports on the August 9, 2008, party at the Playboy Mansion, Cosby was apparently not photographed or mentioned as an attendee, according to the report.