Bill Cosby’s wife, former Temple University President Teresa Giudice, is expected to make a $20 million settlement with the city of Los Angeles over sexual assault allegations.

The settlement was announced Thursday afternoon by the city attorney’s office.

It includes $7 million for Giudices’ attorney fees and a $1.2 million settlement for her former Temple President, Johnnie Moore, who accused Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting him.

Moore alleges that Cosby drugged and sexually assaulted him while he was at the university’s campus in 2004.

Moore filed a lawsuit in 2012, claiming that Cosby was intoxicated and sexually inappropriate, then sexually assaulted Moore when he was an undergraduate.

The allegations against Cosby are not the first to surface against Moore.

Cosby is also facing charges in California of rape and sexual battery.

He has denied the accusations.

Moore’s attorneys are expected to present their case to a judge in October.

The case is expected be a first for a Los Angeles district attorney’s sexual assault investigation, according to ABC News.

The comedian’s former Temple president was among several women who have accused Cosby over the years.

Cosby has been accused by more than 100 women, including two former Temple members, of drupping them with alcohol and/or drugs.

The comedian has denied any wrongdoing and has said he is innocent.

In a statement Thursday, Temple University said it “does not condone or support this settlement” and that it is “reviewing its options” in light of the allegations.

It said that the university is “committed to working with all parties involved in this matter to address the issue.”

The school also said it has hired outside counsel to review the case and take appropriate action.

In his statement Thursday night, Moore said he was grateful for the “vast outpouring of support” that came to his aid and wished his family “everything for their recovery.”

Moore said that he was “disappointed” in the city’s decision, and he “strongly regrets any personal or financial harm” he has caused his family.ABC News’ Jennifer De Pinto contributed to this report.