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Cosby Beats Playboy Mansion Rape Charges

Beautiful blonde drops civil court claim, sparking settlement rumors!

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Perverted comic Bill Cosby got some rare good news from the West Coast: Chloe Goins has dropped civil charges that he molested her at the Playboy mansion!

Chloe, 24, said she had been given a drink by Cosby during Hugh Hefner‘s annual Midsummer Night’s Dream Party on Aug. 9, 2008, and then lost consciousness. When she awakened, she found her toes in the shamed comedian’s mouth — and he was touching himself! Chloe said she told him she was uncomfortable, and then he left.

She filed a suit against Cosby, 78, in October 2015, and her attorney told RadarOnline.com that Chloe had always hoped for a criminal conviction against the creepy sitcom star “so she could hopefully see him behind bars for what he’s done to his victims.”

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Meanwhile, Cosby was in court in Pennsylvania today, trying to get charges of attacking a former Temple University employee in 2004 thrown by citing an old deal not to prosecute him.

Former Montgomery County District Attorney Bruce Castor testified today that his decision not to bring sex-crime charges against Cosby a decade ago constitutes a binding agreement that prevents his successors from ever charging Cosby in connection with the incident.

Current DA Kevin Steele has said there is no record of any such agreement — and Cosby would need an immunity deal in writing for his case to be dismissed.

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Cosby was arrested and charged in December 2015 with drugging and violating former Temple University athletic department employee Andrea Constand in 2004. He faces up to 10 years in prison.

Castor insisted he declined to bring charges in 2005 because — while he believed Andrea was violated — there were flaws in the case that would have made winning a conviction too difficult.

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