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Via | NBC News

Bill Cosby won’t face criminal charges on two rape accusations — one from just eight years ago and another five decades old.

The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office has ruled that too much time passed to prosecute Cosby for assaulting a woman who claims she was 17 in 1965 when the disgraced funnyman “forced her to have sexual intercourse” at a home in the Hollywood Hills, according to records obtained Wednesday by NBC News.

The alleged attack came after Cosby plied the teenager with liquor at a Hollywood jazz club, the DA’s charge evaluation worksheet states.

It identifies the woman — one of more than 50 woman who have accused Cosby of sexual assault — as “Jane Doe #1.” And her case appears to be the oldest of the bunch.

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