PHILADELPHIA — The Latest on prosecutors' motion in Cosby sexual assault case to have uncharged criminal conduct introduced at sentencing (all times local):

5:25 p.m.

A spokesman for Bill Cosby says a prosecutor's motion to have uncharged criminal conduct introduced during his sentencing hearing is a "publicity stunt."

Andrew Wyatt, a spokesman for the 81-year-old comedian, said the motion Tuesday was not supported by any Pennsylvania law and his attorneys would appropriately respond.

Montgomery County prosecutors filed the motion Tuesday asking to introduce testimony about uncharged criminal conduct during the sentencing hearing scheduled for September 24. It was unclear who or how many witnesses prosecutors planned to call.

A jury convicted Cosby in April on three counts of aggravated indecent assault related to allegations made by Andrea Constand. Five additional women were allowed to testify at his trial despite no criminal charges being filed in those allegations.

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4 p.m.

Prosecutors in the sexual assault case against Bill Cosby are asking a judge to allow testimony at his sentencing hearing about uncharged criminal conduct.

In a filing Tuesday, Montgomery County prosecutors asked permission to present multiple witnesses who say Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted them. Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 24. It was unclear who or how many witnesses prosecutors planned to call, but the filing says Cosby has not been charged with crimes related to their claims.

A spokesman for the 81-year-old comedian says he has no comment on the filing.

A jury convicted Cosby in April on three counts of aggravated indecent assault related to allegations made by Andrea Constand. Five additional women were allowed to testify at his trial despite no criminal charges being filed in those allegations.