Comedian and actor Bill Cosby won't be charged in connection with a woman's accusations that he fondled her.
The Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, district attorney, Bruce Castor, says he found "insufficient credible and admissible evidence" to base any charge against Cosby that could be proved beyond a reasonable doubt.
A former Temple University employee, who now lives in her native Canada, went to Canadian authorities last month to file a complaint about an incident she said took place a year earlier.
She contended Cosby gave her some medication that made her feel dizzy, then fondled her at his Philadelphia-area home after a dinner out with friends. She said she later awoke to find her bra undone and her clothes in disarray.
Cosby has denied the allegations.
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