It's not true. That response Wednesday from Bill Cosby's attorney to claims from a second woman that the comedian drugged and fondled her about 30 years ago.
The allegation was the subject of a story in the Philadelphia Daily News. The story included the accusations by Tamara Green, described as a model-turned-lawyer who says she worked for Cosby in California at the time of the alleged incident.
A prosecutor said today that the accusation is probably too old to be relevant in another case, resulting from a former Temple University employee's accusations against Cosby. A decision on whether to file charges in that case could come this week.
Cosby's lawyer says his client doesn't recognize Green's name. And he says, "The incident she describes did not happen."
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