Bill Cosby won't be charged for teen sexual assault claim
US prosecutors have revealed that comedian Bill Cosby will not be charged over allegations that he sexually assaulted a teenage girl in 1974.
This is according to BBC News, who are reporting that prosecutors cannot legally charge the comedian due to the length of time that has passed after the alleged crime was committed.
Judy Huth is one of 15 women who have come forward since November with claims that Bill sexually assaulted them. Judy claims that the comedian forced her to perform a sexual act on him at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles.
The comedian's lawyers accused her of trying to extort money from him and sell her story to the media.
Bill's lawyers have also denied the other allegations.