A woman says she woke up from a laced cocktail to find Bill Cosby sucking her toes in 2008—the first accusation against the comedian possibly within the statute of limitations for criminal charges in California.

The alleged victim, Chloe Goins, told the Daily Mail she was 18 when she met Cosby at the Playboy Mansion in the summer of 2008. He got drinks for her and her friend, and she began to feel "foggy" not long after. She told the Mail Hugh Hefner noticed she looked ill and offered her a bedroom to lie down in.

"Then Bill offered to show me the room, he said he knew the way. He seemed nice and I don't remember feeling nervous or that it was weird," she said.

She says she passed out and woke up to him licking her feet.

'I came to and remember seeing this big man crouched over me. It was Bill Cosby and he was at my feet, kind of licking and kissing them and I think he bit my toe as that's what woke me up.

'I kind of thank God for that because that's what woke me up and I came to.

'I was shocked, I said, 'hey, what's going on', he didn't really say anything, didn't explain anything or give a reason.

'He jumped up, pulled his pants back up quickly and left. He had seen that I was alert and bolted out of there, I was left in the room by myself.'

Goins said she is sure Cosby had been licking her breasts and groping her body as well.

She said: 'I remember waking up and feeling moist all over, like he had been licking all over me. He wasn't on my breasts when I woke, but I could feel, you know, the saliva on them and that he'd been licking on me.

'I felt embarrassed, it was a gross, icky feeling, I felt very violated and humiliated.

Although the Mail and the Hollywood Reporter both point out Goins' story takes place within California's criminal statute of limitations, it's not entirely clear if it does: Goins stresses that she doesn't believe she was "raped or molested," only inappropriately touched. Although California allows prosecutors ten years to file rape charges, the lesser offense of sexual battery has a six-year statute of limitations, which might have already run. Goins, who has not yet filed a police report, said through her attorney that she plans to meet with LAPD detectives to give a statement this week.

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