The hits just keep coming for Bill Cosby.
The disgraced comedian is now under a criminal investigation in Pennsylvania over an alleged sexual assault that apparently took place in 2004, according to local news reports in the Philadelphia area.
Even though the District Attorney in the case, Risa Vetri Ferman, refuses to speak with reporters about it, investigators have unearthed a deposition from last summer that had previously been sealed surrounding the alleged incident.
And here's the big news: depending on how the investigation goes, Cosby could potentially be facing criminal charges for sexual assault.
Donna Barrett, a track and field official, told reporters in New York City this week that she and a second woman were assaulted by Cosby and a track and field event in 2004 in Philadelphia.
Barrett claims she was posing for a picture with her teammates and Cosby, when he grabbed her "in a vice-like grip" and began rubbing himself against her;Thus far, Cosby has not been charged with any crime — and his attorneys have so far had no comment on the matter, either.