The Bill Cosby sex scandal may soon land the comedian in court, as sources say model Chloe Goins plans to press charges for an assault that allegedly took place at the Playboy Mansion in 2008.
Sources say Cosby is running scared and asking Hugh Hefner for dirt on Goins. But if the TV legend is worried about going to prison, he's certainly hiding it well.
The embattled comedian issued a statement yesterday assuring fans that his current stand-up tour will go on despite widespread protests.
"I have thousands of loyal, patient and courageous fans who are going to leave their homes to enjoy an evening of laughter and return home feeling wonderful."
He concluded the statement with a references to his long-running '70s cartoon Fat Albert and his 2013 Comedy central special, writing, "Hey, hey, hey - I'm far from finished."
The statement has outraged many, as the 77-year-old Cosby yet again appears to be portraying himself as the victim of a vast conspiracy.
At this point, more than two dozen women have come forward with claims that they've been sexually assaulted by Cosby.
At first, the comedian remained silent on the issue, but he may soon be forced to defend himself, as Goins' allegations may lead to a trial.
Most of the accusers say they were assaulted several decades ago, which means that Cosby is protected by statutes of limitations.
Goins claims Cosby drugged her and licked her toes six years ago, a claim his camp will fight tooth and nail, but which could give Chloe legal standing.
If the prosecutor in the case decides to pursue rape charges against Cosby, his alleged crime would be recent enough that he could face prison time.
Stay tuned ...