Following Camille Cosby's first public statement about the allegations facing her husband, Chloe Goins, now 24, claims Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion in 2008—well within the statute of limitations laws that have complicated previous allegations. She has reportedly already contacted the Los Angeles Police Department and is expected to soon give a statement to detectives.

Goins, a model and exotic dancer in Las Vegas, spoke exclusively to the Daily Mail on Monday, claiming that she and a friend were invited to the Playboy Mansion for a summer party when she was 18 in 2008. It was at that party that Goins says Cosby sexually assaulted her.

By the time they arrived, the party was already going, and Goins says she was quickly introduced to Cosby:

Within a few minutes of walking in they were introduced to Hugh Hefner himself.

'We were running late but we were quickly introduced to Hef when we got there. It was the first time I had met him, I was excited and all focus was on him. Me and my friend were two cute blondes, he liked us.

'We were talking to Hef for a while and that's when Bill Cosby walked up. I kind of recognized him from TV, I know he was on a TV show where he played a family guy, but he was a little bit before my time.

'Hef introduced him as his good friend, they seemed really close. He seemed like a really nice guy, really funny.

'We were talking, laughing and having fun.'

From there, Goins says that Cosby left the conversation and came back shortly thereafter with a couple of drinks for the girls, which echoes the allegations of many of the more than 20 women who have likewise accused the comedian of sexual assault. After drinking "most of" what appeared to be a "vodka mixer," Goins says that everything "kind of went a little foggy":

'I started telling my friend and I was like where's the bathroom, but I could tell my friend just wanted to hang out, we were still talking to Hef.'

At that point Hefner, realizing Goins wasn't feeling well, offered the use of one of his many spare bedrooms so she could lie down. 

Goins said: '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. 

'He had his arm around me to show me the way and I did notice he had been paying me a little more attention than my friend, but never thought anything of it.' 

That was the last thing Goins remembers. She doesn't recall entering the room.

Goins then goes on to tell the Mail that she began to come to some time later with the then-70-year-old comedian licking her toes and masturbating:

'I was butt naked lying on my back on a bed and didn't have any idea where I was.

'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.'

When asked why she didn't come forward with her story until now, Goins says that she was worried that Cosby may have "come after" her:

'We were young, we wanted to be Playboy models. I was scared about saying anything about what happened, especially as it was at the Playboy mansion because it's known for naughty stuff.

'I didn't want to get in trouble and maybe ruin my modeling career and nor did my friend as she was getting the invites to the parties.

'Bill Cosby was on TV and had a family man image, I thought to hurt that, he would come after me, try to ruin me.'

Goins' lawyer, however, has contacted the Los Angeles Police Department, and the Mail indicates that Goins will make a statement to LAPD detectives "in the coming days."

Cosby, meanwhile, is currently being investigated by the LAPD over Judy Huth's claims that Cosby drugged and raped her at the Playboy Mansion in 1974 when she was 15.

Additionally, Carla Ferrigno alleges that Cosby attempted to sexually assault her at the Playboy Mansion in 1967. Ferrigno is a former Playboy playmate, as are fellow accusers Victoria Valentino and P.J. Masten. Playboy publisher Hugh Hefner earlier this month released a statement saying that "the mere thought of these allegations is truly saddening."

On Monday afternoon, Camille Cosby released a statement defending her husband, calling him "a kind man, a generous man, a funny man, and a wonderful husband, father and friend."

"He is the man you thought you knew," she wrote.