Bill Cosby accuser's lawyer: LAPD should issue a search warrant for Playboy Mansion surveillance tapes

Cosby accuser Chloe Goins’ lawyer is responding to reports that the Playboy Mansion maintains surveillance videotapes that could prove his client’s claim she was molested by legendary comic at the Midnight Summer’s Dream party in 2008.

“The information about the cameras is general knowledge from other Playboy playmates. We hope that the LAPD would execute a search warrant to obtain those tapes," attorney Spencer Kuvin told FOX411. "I would hope that those tapes exist, and I hope they would know that those tapes should be maintained because they are key evidence in both a criminal and civil investigation."

Kuvin says Goins, 24, plans to file a formal complaint against Cosby to law enforcement next week.

Goins is among the 15-plus women who have accused Cosby of sexual assault. Kuvin maintains his client is the only victim whose claims are covered by the statute of limitations. Indeed many of the women who have come out against the comic say their attacks occurred in the 1960s and 1970s.

“Chloe is very aware of her responsibility because so many other women are outside of the statute of limitation," Kuvin said. "She is seeking justice under the criminal justice system.”

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    According to Kuvin, Goins herself has no idea if these Playboy Mansion tapes exist, saying the model only visited the Mansion once as a guest of a friend. She maintains she was drugged by Cosby, taken to a room there and molested, and once she resumed consciousness left and never went back.

    Cosby has maintained his innocence in the face of the onslaught of accusations against him. Phylicia Rashad, who played his wife on "The Cosby Show," recently told Showbiz411 that the women were out to get her former TV husband.

    “Forget these women,” she said. “What you’re seeing is the destruction of a legacy. And I think it’s orchestrated. I don’t know why or who’s doing it, but it’s the legacy. And it’s a legacy that is so important to the culture.”