Bill Cosby Admitted Drugging Women For Sex

Posted: Jul 7 2015, 12:16am CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News


Bill Cosby Admitted of Drugging Women For Sex
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The deposition, which was taken on September 29, 2005, revealed some of most shocking details regarding Bill Cosby's assault allegations

Bill Cosby gave drugs to the women whom he wanted to have sex with.

The September 29, 2005 deposition, which was allowed to unseal by the court on Monday, revealed a shocking confession by Cosby. The 77-year old comedian admitted that he used Quaaludes on women before sex.

The deposition was a part of the case brought by the victim Andrea Costland, the first woman who publically accused Cosby for drugging and sexual assault. Later, more than dozen of women claimed that they were sexually assaulted after incapacitated by unknown substances. 

“When you got the Quaaludes, was it in your mind that you were going to use these Quaaludes for young women that you wanted to have sex with?” Constand’s attorney Dolores M. Troiani asked Cosby.

“Yes,” Cosby replied giving sworn testimony a decade ago. 

Cosby also testified that he called William Morris Agency and asked them to send money to one female accuser.

“Defendant admitted that in his initial conversation with plaintiff and her mother, he asked them what they wanted and they said they only wanted an apology and to know the name of the drug defendant had given to plaintiff.” The document reads.

“He testified that some time after that call, he decided to call plaintiff’s mother to offer plaintiff funds for education and to ask to meet him in Florida. He then had a representative of the William Morris Agency call plaintiff.”

The documents, containing Cosby’s admission, remained confidential until today. Cosby’s legal team attempted to keep the material unsealed as it poses a “real, specific threat of serious embarrassment” for their client. But almost two weeks later, Judge Eduardo C. Robreno, agreed to open some of the records.

“Rather, defendant has donned the mantle of public moralist and mounted the proverbial electronic or print soap box to volunteer his views on, among other things, childrearing, family life, education and crime,” Robreno said. “To the extent that Defendant has freely entered the public square and ‘thrust himself into the vortex of these public issues,’ he has voluntarily narrowed the zone of privacy that he is entitled to claim.” 

Although, Cosby’s reputation has tarnished after the allegations and the admission, but he will not face rape charges as the statute of limitations on many of those accusations has expired.

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