Bill Cosby has finally broken his silence regarding allegations made against him by numerous women of intimidation, sexual assault and forcible rape.

The actor on Thursday moved forward with a court filing that stated Judith Huth, who filed a suit against him Tuesday, fabricated the story and attempted a “shakedown” that started at $100,ooo and quickly moved to $250,000 as other women came forward with claims from decades past.

In an exclusive, The Daily Mail reported seeing the court documents which stated,  “Approximately 10 years ago, plaintiff Judith Huff unsuccessfully tried to get money from a tabloid by selling the same story about Bill Cosby that is the subject of this lawsuit. Cosby is now demanding that the lawsuit is dismissed and has requested ‘monetary sanctions of not less than $33,295.”

The lawsuit also addresses Huth’s claim that she suffered from psychological damage that led to her delay in filing suit against Cosby.

‘Knowing that since she disclosed her allegations to a media outlet 10 years ago, she cannot claim to have a repressed memory.’

The argument of a repressed memory would allow Miss Huth to file a civil lawsuit within three years of the time she actually remembered because, under California law, as a minor at the time she was required to file within 3 years of the alleged event which occurred some 40 years ago.

If she recalled the incident a decade ago, her lawsuit is moot, Cosby’s papers state.

On Wednesday and flanked by three weeping accusers, celebrity attorney Gloria Allred suggested that the 80’s television icon waive the statute of limitations and place $100 million into a fund and then be judged with his accusers before a panel of retired judges who would arbitrate the merits of each claim and dole out compensation if a claim has merit.

Voluntarily.

Since comedian Hannibal Burress did an extended bit about previous allegations of abuse at the hands of Cosby in mid-October, as many as 19 women now have come forward with various claims.

In his extended set, Buress was critical of Cosby’s often controversial stands within the black community and that people who want respect first need to stand up and respect themselves.  He then referenced a previous charge against the actor that had been settled out of court:

Bill Cosby has the f***ng smuggest old black man public persona that I hate,” Buress says. “Pull your pants up, black people. I was on TV in the ’80s. I can talk down to you because I had a successful sitcom. Yeah, but you raped women, Bill Cosby. So, brings you down a couple notches.”

On Thursday, singer and producer Cee Lo Green told TMZ in an exclusive that it’s about time for Bill Cosby to fight back “He hasn’t said anything yet, which to some, is an admission of guilt.  That doesn’t seem fair, any way you slice it.  You can’t defend yourself in that capacity.

About Cosby, comedian and actor Chris Rock told writer Frank Rich of New York Magazine “I don’t know what to say. What do you say? I hope it’s not true. That’s all you can say. I really do. I grew up on Cosby. I love Cosby, and I just hope it’s not true. It’s a weird year for comedy. We lost Robin, we lost Joan, and we kind of lost Cosby.