A woman suing Bill Cosby (search) for sexual assault claims that at least 10 other women are prepared to testify about "similar" incidents involving the comedian, according to a new report.

Andrea Constand (search), 31, a former Temple University worker who now lives in Canada, came forward in January with accusations that Cosby drugged and sexually molested her last year.

Constand's lawyers filed a court motion in Philadelphia on Tuesday claiming the other women are willing to take the stand to tell their stories of "prior similar sexual assaults and/or drugging incidents," the Web site thesmokinggun.com reports.

Only one of the 10, Tamara Green (search), is named in Constand's court papers — the rest are referred to as "Jane Doe witnesses."

Green, a California lawyer, previously came forward with claims Cosby fondled her 30 years ago.

Pennsylvania lawyer Joyce Dale, the executive director of Delaware County Women Against Rape, represents six of the women.

Constand's lawyers are also seeking New York police records relating to a 2000 abuse claim reportedly lodged against Cosby by actress Lachele Covington, who had a role as a waitress on the CBS show "Cosby," the Web site said.

Covington accused Cosby of fondling her breasts and exposing himself to her.