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January 07, 2016

Bill Cosby's Montgomery County court hearing postponed

Bill Cosby's next court appearance on a sex assault charge in Montgomery County has been postponed, NBC10 reports.

The Montgomery County District Attorney's Office last week charged the comedy legend with aggravated indecent assault for an alleged incident in his Cheltenham Township home in 2004.

A preliminary hearing was set for Jan. 14 at 9:30 a.m. at the Elkins Park court, but it was pushed back to a yet-determined future date, the court said.

Cosby is charged with three second-degree criminal counts stemming from a single incident, according to First Assistant District Attorney Kevin Steele.

One count is for a sexual assault without consent, another is for penetrating his alleged victim while she was unconscious and the third is for assaulting her while she was impaired.

The case involves Andrea Constand, 42, a former Temple University employee. She has told police the comedian drugged and violated her at his home in Montgomery County, near the Philadelphia border.

At the arraignment last week, Cosby's bail was set at $1 million. He immediately posted 10 percent.

Read more from NBC10 here.