LOS ANGELES — Hugh Hefner’s attorneys have asked a federal judge to dismiss the Playboy founder from a former model’s lawsuit that alleges Bill Cosby drugged and sexually abused her at party at Hefner’s home in 2008.

The motion filed Tuesday in a Los Angeles federal court argues that Chloe Goins’ lawsuit is barred by the statute of limitations, and it does not include any facts that would support a case against Hefner.

Goins sued Hefner and Cosby in May, repeating her allegations that the comedian drugged and sexually abused her in a bedroom of the Playboy Mansion during a party in 2008. Goins had dismissed a previous lawsuit over the alleged incident so she could add Hefner to the case, her attorney said at the time.

Goins’ suit contends Hefner knew about Cosby’s history of drugging and abusing women and enabled the comedian’s behavior.

Hefner’s lawyers point to inconsistencies in Goins’ account, which she recounted to police investigators in 2015 before suing Cosby the first time. She initially accused Cosby of abusing her at a party in the summer of 2008, after she was 18, but later omitted all references to a date of the alleged abuse and contended it may have occurred while she was a minor.

U.S. District Judge George H. Wu has set an Aug. 1 hearing on Hefner’s motion.

Goins’ suit says she awoke in the Playboy Mansion with the comedian licking her toes.