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In a statement released to The Associated Press and posted online, attorney John P. Schmitt said the fact that the allegations are being repeated does not make them true.
He doesn't intend to "dignify" the allegations with a comment.
There has been a growing uproar over allegations that Cosby assaulted several women in the past.
The renewed attention to a dark chapter for Cosby began last month when a comedian, Hannibal Buress, assailed the veteran entertainer during a stand-up performance in Philadelphia, calling him a "rapist." His remarks were captured on video and posted online, gaining wide exposure.
One of Cosby's accusers, Barbara Bowman, recently leveled allegations of sexual assault against him in interviews and in an online column.
On Saturday, during an interview with NPR's Weekend Edition, interviewer Scott Simon asked Cosby about the "serious allegations raised" about him. The comedian, in response, shook his head to signify no. So Simon asked if he wanted to address the allegations. Cosby again shook his head, and said nothing.
Cosby, who was never criminally charged in any of the cases, settled a civil suit in 2006 with another woman over an alleged incident two years before.