Though many stunned fans have long since lost count of the number of women who have recently accused Bill Cosby of sexual misconduct, the newest in the line of accusers may be Cosby’s worst nightmare. Though model Chloe Goins is one of over 15 women who have accused Cosby of sexual abuse, her lawyer revealed this week that she may be one of the few whose claims were filed within California’s criminal statute of limitations.

Goins, who says that Cosby drugged and sexually abused her in 2008, met with Los Angeles police on Wednesday afternoon in order to begin the process of filing charges against the comedian. Goins recently told The Daily Mail that Cosby’s abuse took place at a party at the Playboy Mansion when she was 18. The now 24-year-old model said that the trouble began after she finished a drink that Cosby had offered her.

“Everything kind of went a little foggy, I started feeling sick to my stomach, and just dizzy,” she said.

Cosby, who Goins said seemed harmless at the time, offered to show her to a room when it became obvious she was feeling unwell. That’s when the model says she blocked out, only to wake up later “butt naked lying on my back on a bed.” Worst still, Goins says she found Cosby at the foot of the bed pleasuring himself while he licked her toes.

The comedian allegedly left the room after realizing that the young woman had regained conciousness, leaving her to wonder exactly what else had happened.

“I can’t be 100% sure what he did to me, I was completely out of it,” Goins said.

Meanwhile, Cosby raised a few eyebrows by recently joking about the allegations during a Canadian show on his comedy tour. Despite planned protests, he is also still scheduled to preform multiple shows in Denver this weekend.

Goins’ attorney Spencer Kulvin recently released a statement saying,  “We hope that the people that are paying to attend Mr. Cosby’s shows understand that these victimized women have broken their silence now and they will not remain quiet any longer. Mr. Cosby should, and will be held accountable for what he’s done.”