As more women come forward with stories of being sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby, the comedy legend continues to simultaneously keep silent and play the victim card.
Cosby has denied the allegations through his attorney, while repeatedly refusing to discuss them publicly.
Today, Cosby is once again hiding behind his lawyers, but this time he's also going on the offensive, claiming he's being criminally extorted by Judy Huth - a woman who recently came forward and stated that Cosby raped her when she was only 15 years old.
Cosby's attorney, Marty Singer, claims that he was approached by Huth's lawyers last month and they essentially attempted to blackmail Cosby
Singer says Huth's legal team made "ominous references to criminal penalties" and demanded a payment of $100,000 from Cosby. He alleges that they later upped that sum to $250,000.
In court documents obtained by TMZ, Singer offers evidence that he believes proves Huth's story is a fabrication.
First, he claims that Huth attempted to sell her story to several tabloids ten years ago, but was unable to find a buyer. Singer cites this as evidence that Huth is lying when she claims that that she'd "repressed" the memory of Cosby's alleged attack.
Singer also points to Huth's claim that she and Cosby played a "drinking game" before she allegedly passed out and woke to find she'd been molested.
The attorney states that Cosby is a "lifelong non-drinker" and would never have participated in such a game.
Cosby is reportedly demanding that Huth's case be thrown out and is requesting monetary compensation, as well.