Bill Cosby sued for allegedly sexually assaulting 15-year-old girl

LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A Riverside County woman is suing actor Bill Cosby for allegedly sexually assaulting her at the Playboy Mansion when she was 15 years old.

The lawsuit, filed at a Los Angeles court, claims that in 1974, Judy Huth and her 16-year-old friend met Bill Cosby when they noticed a movie being filmed at Lacy Park in San Marino. They approached Cosby, who after conversation invited them to visit his tennis club the following Saturday.

It was during this initial encounter that Cosby learned the age of the teens, according to the lawsuit.

The next week, Huth and her friend met the actor at his tennis club. Upon arrival, Cosby told them to follow him to a house, where he served them alcohol and played billiards with Huth. For every game Cosby won, Huth was told to drink a beer, the lawsuit alleges.

The suit further claims that after several drinks, Cosby led them to another house in Los Angeles that turned out to be the Playboy Mansion. He allegedly told them to say they were 19 if asked their age.

While at the Playboy Mansion, Huth claims she asked to use a bathroom. Cosby took her to a bathroom in a bedroom suit near a game room. When she came out of the bathroom, he told her to sit next to him on the bed, the suit says.

That's when Cosby allegedly attempted to put his hand down her pants and took her hand to perform a sexual act on himself without her consent, according to the lawsuit.

Huth claims the incident caused her psychological damage and mental anguish, which has caused her significant problems throughout her life.

Bill Cosby's lawyer could not be immediately reached for comment.

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