Last week, we learned that Bill Cosby might finally face criminal charges as a result of claims made by model Chloe Goins.
More than 50 women have accused Cosby of sexual assault, but while most of the alleged crimes took place several decades ago, Coins says she was attacked by the comedian in 2008, when she was just 15 years old.
It remains unclear if Cosby will be prosecuted for allegedly drugging and molesting Goins, but he will be forced to testify in a civil case that's scheduled to go to court tomorrow.
In what's certainly a nightmare for Cosby - who has avoided speaking publicly about the sexual abuse scandal whenever possible - the testimony will be videotaped, and the footage will eventually be released to the public.
The New York Times is reporting that Cosby's testimony will be sealed until December, at which time, the press will likely have access to it through the Freedom of Information Act.
Remarkably, Goins is only suing for $75,000, but the damage to Cosby's public image once the tapes go public may well prove irreparable.
"I do think as an attorney I have a right to inform the public if I think there’s a danger to the public of a predator,” said Goins' attorney, Gloria Allred.
Sounds like one way or another, Cosby may soon be going down.