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Bill Cosby To Rape Victim Andrea Constand: "Tell Your Mom You Orgasmed So She Thinks It's Consensual" (Video) {F}

{VIDEO} How I used fame & drugs 2 bed vulnerable women also private account 2 pay them off so my wife wouldn't find out: Never-before-seen Bill Cosby deposition from 2005

Bill Cosby's fall from grace has been swift and hard. He was once one of the most beloved and respected figures in Hollywood.

Now all he may be remembered for is drugging and raping countless women. Does he deserve worldwide shame? Without question he does. Can his image be rehabilitated? That's highly unlikely.

A 2005 deposition given in a civil suit filed by alleged victim Andrea Constand, paints a picture of a man who is depraved and appears to have no regrets for his actions.

Andrea Constand

Following their encounter, Cosby reportedly told the young woman to "to tell her mom she had an orgasm during sex, to make her mother believe the sex was consensual," TMZ reports.

The former Jello pudding spokesperson also admitted to giving Constand drugs.

The case was eventually settled out of court in 2006.

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Obama berates Bill Cosby, saying 'if you give a woman a drug then have sex without consent, that's rape' - but comedian WON'T lose Presidential Medal of Freedom

Cosby called Constand a liar in the deposition, insisting that the sexual encounter they had was consensual

A deposition from a 2005 lawsuit has Bill Cosby acknowledging using his fame and drugs to prey upon women

  • The deposition is from a lawsuit filed by Andrea Constand, who accused the comedian of drugging and molesting her 
  • Cosby, 78, denied sexually assaulting the victim, whom he also calls a liar, and other women
  • He also discussed paying off victims through his agent so 'Mrs Cosby' wouldn't find out
  • This deposition could change the stance of several people who have supported Cosby throughout the sexual assault allegations 

Never-before-seen excerpts of a Bill Cosby deposition from 2005 show the formerly beloved entertainer explaining in his own words how he used his fame, fortune and drugs to prey on vulnerable women - and paid them off to keep his wife from finding out.

Interviewed in a Philadelphia hotel over four days by a lawyer acting on behalf of then-30-year-old Temple University employee Andrea Constand, Cosby admitted to lying to his doctor about a bad back to get powerful sedatives which he then gave to women before sex.

The bombshell deposition, unearthed by the New York Times in public records, goes on to reveal how the disgraced comedian once considered ‘the father of America’: 

  • Told Constand to her mother 'about the orgasm' because he didn't want to be thought of as a 'dirty old man'.
  • Called Constand a 'liar' after she accused him of drugging and molesting her in 2004.
  • Obtained prescriptions for quaaludes claiming it was for a sore back, but actually gave the drug to women.
  • Paid women off with a private account through his agent so his wife, Camille, wouldn't find out about his extramarital affairs.
  • Asked a model about her father who died of cancer so she would have sex with him.
  • was accused Cosby of 'making light of a very serious situation' by Constand's lawyer

A deposition from a 2005 lawsuit has Bill Cosby acknowledging using his fame, acting and drugs to prey upon women

The deposition was thought to have been confidential as part of the lawsuit settlement, but the New York Times obtained the documents through a court-reporting service, where it was publicly available.

Primarily he spoke of Constand, but also of other victims, including a 19-year-old model who sent him a poem and ended up on his couch where she pleasured him with lotion.

After describing a sexual act he had with Contand, Cosby explained why he believed it to be consensual.

'I walk her out. She does not look angry. She does not say to me, don't ever do that again,' he said. 'She doesn't walk out with an attitude of a huff, because I think that I'm a pretty decent reader of people and their emotions in these romantic sexual things, whatever you want to call them.'

Constand's lawyer, Dolores M. Troiani, accused Cosby of 'making light of a very serious situation'.

'That may very well be,' Cosby responded.  

Cosby has repeatedly denied all alleged sexual assault, though dozens of women have accused him of such acts. 

And though he's had the support of several public figures throughout the allegations, this 1,000-page deposition could change people's views.  

During the deposition, he described frustration with Constand after she failed to follow his advice of pursuing sports broadcasting.

Andrea Constand, pictured in a current-day photo, accused Cosby of drugging and molesting her in 2004
The former basketball manager, pictured here in 1987, settled the lawsuit on undisclosed terms in 2006

Andrea Constand, pictured left in the present and right in 1987, accused Cosby of drugging and molesting her in 2004. She settled the lawsuit on undisclosed terms in 2006

'Here's a mentor, Bill Cosby, who is in the business, Bill Cosby, who happens to know something about what to do and Andrea is not picking up on it,' he said.

Cosby also described an early moment in their courtship, when he arranged an intimate meal at his Pennsylvania home and they were out of sight from his chef.

'I take her hair and I pull it back and I have her face like this,' he said. 'And I'm talking to her... And I talked to her about relaxing, being strong. And I said to her, come in, meaning her body.'

Cosby said he refrained from intercourse because he didn't want women to fall in love with him. He said it 'is something that I feel the woman will succumb to more of a romance and more of a feeling, not love, but it's deeper than a playful situation.'

He added that he was not in love with Constand.

After their association carried on for a few years, the incident in which he said he gave her half a tablet of Benadryl occurred.

Cosby said it was to relieve stress, and they kissed and had sexual contact. Her lawyer said what he had given her was more powerful than Benadryl.

Some time later, Constand moved to Canada and Cosby spoke with Constand's mother on the phone.

Cosby said in the deposition that he was worried that Constand's mother thought of him as a 'dirty old man'.

During the call, once he was speaking to Constand, he told her to tell her mother 'about the orgasm' so that she would realize their sexual contact was consensual.

In the deposition, Cosby went on to explain the extraneous lengths he would go through to keep his wife, Camille, from finding out about his extramarital affairs.

He explained blocking a magazine article to avoid publicity and passing money through a private account with his agent to one woman so 'Mrs Cosby' wouldn't find out about their relations.

In the lawsuit, it's said that Contstand never sought funds, but Cosby thought his wife would have known he was helping her with education funds.

'My wife would not know it was because Andrea and I had had sex and that Andrea was now very, very upset and that she decided that she would like to go to school,' he said.

Cosby also insisted that the only drug he gave Constand was Benadryl, but was open about his use of quaaludes, a sedative and popular party drug, in the 1970s.

Rebecca Neal, left, and Beth Ferrier, right, were two of Bill Cosby's accusers who testified against Cosby in 2005 sex assault suit

Rebecca Neal, left, and Beth Ferrier, right, were two of Bill Cosby's accusers who testified against Cosby in 2005 sex assault suit


Cosby admitted obtaining quaaludes to give to women in 2005

He said he obtained seven prescriptions for the drug from a Los Angeles doctor over the course of two or three years. He claimed it was for a sore back, but actually gave the drug to women.

He said he gave women the drug at that time 'the same as a person would say have a drink', but without them knowing.

He insisted the drug-taking and the sex were consensual.

When he was asked about giving quaaludes to Therese Serignese, a woman he met in Las Vegas in 1976, he said: 'I don't know'.

Joseph Cammarata, a lawyer for Serignese and two other women suing Cosby for defamation said of the deposition: 'This information is important because it sheds light on the private practices of a man who holds himself out as a public moralist.' 

Also in the deposition, Cosby explained a relationship with a woman named Beth Ferrier in the 1980s, where he recalled asking her about her career and her father, who had died of cancer.

'Did you ask her those questions because you wanted to have sexual contact with her?' Troiani asked.

'Yes,' Cosby responded.

Cosby continued, however, to view himself as a standup man and said he was private about his relationships.

'I am a man, the only way you will hear about who I had sex with is from the person I had it with,' he said.

When Constand cried during her own deposition, Cosby appeared to be unfazed.

'I think Andrea is a liar and I know she's a liar because I was there. I was there,' he said when Troiani asked him about the incident. 

Cosby also described sexual 'rendezvous' with at least five women in Denver, Las Vegas, New York and Pennsylvania. 

Thirteen women had come forward with anonymous sworn statements to support Constand's 2005 lawsuit, but their claims were never pursued because six months after questioning, Cosby settled the case with Constand on undisclosed terms.  

Cosby called Constand a liar in the deposition, insisting that the sexual encounter they had was consensual

Camille Cosby Believes Women Consented To Drugs and Sex With Bill Cosby

Obama berates Bill Cosby saying 'if you give a woman a drug then have sex without consent,

  • Obama was answering questions about his Iran nuclear bargain when a reporter asked if Cosby's Presidential Medal of Freedom would be yanked
  • He said there's 'no mechanism' for revoking the 2002 prize but what the comedian is accused of doing to dozens of women is 'rape' 
  • 'If you give a woman, or a man for that matter, without his or her knowledge, a drug and then have sex with that person without consent, that's rape,' the president said
  • 'And I think this country, any civilized country, should have no tolerance for rape' 

President Barack Obama delivered a stinging rebuke to comedian Bill Cosby on Wednesday during a White House press conference that was otherwise focused on his Iran nuclear deal, saying of the date-rape drugging allegations dozens of women have lobbed at him: 'That's rape.'

He was asked whether the Presidential Medal of Freedom Cosby was awarded in 2002 would be taken away, and launched into a heartfelt but damning criticism.

'If you give a woman, or a man for that matter, without his or her knowledge, a drug and then have sex with that person without consent, that's rape,' the president said.

'And I think this country, any civilized country, should have no tolerance for rape.'

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No means no: The president says there is no way to strip Cosby of his Presidential Medal of Freedom but attacked his conduct, saying of drugging a woman and having sex without consent: 'That's rape.'

No means no: The president says there is no way to strip Cosby of his Presidential Medal of Freedom but attacked his conduct, saying of drugging a woman and having sex without consent: 'That's rape.'

KEEPING HIS MEDAL? Bill Cosby can't lose his Presidential Medal of Freedom, Barack Obama suggested on Wednesday, before terming as 'rape' what the entertainer is accused of doing on dozens of occasions

KEEPING HIS MEDAL? Bill Cosby can't lose his Presidential Medal of Freedom, Barack Obama suggested on Wednesday, before terming as 'rape' what the entertainer is accused of doing on dozens of occasions

'If you give a woman, or a man for that matter, without his or her knowledge, a drug and then have sex with that person without consent, that's rape,' the president said 

'If you give a woman, or a man for that matter, without his or her knowledge, a drug and then have sex with that person without consent, that's rape,' the president said 

Obama punted on the Medal of Freedom question, saying that 'there's no precedent for revoking a medal. We don't have that mechanism.'

'And as you know, I tend to make it a policy not to comment on the specifics of cases where therre might still be, if not criminal, then civil issues involved.' 

Court documents obtained by The Associated Press have revealed that Cosby admitted under oath that he obtained quaaludes to give to women with whom he wanted to have sex.

A sexual assault awareness group has petitioned the White House to revoke Cosby's medal.

On July 9 White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said that 'it's never been done before.'

'No tolerance for rape': Obama makes first comments on Cosby

The president's condemnation of Cosby's conduct was welcomed by the group calling for the Presidential Medal of Freedom - but its executive director said it was time to set a precedent of revoking it.

Angela Rose, executive director of Promoting Awareness Victim Empowerment, said: 'By President Obama's own definition, Bill Cosby is a rapist. 

'The Medal of Freedom embodies our nation's values. Allowing Cosby to maintain this coveted symbol suggests that we as a society support coercive sexual behavior. 

'The President said there is no precedent for revoking the Medal of Freedom, but there's also no precedent for the nation giving its highest honor to a man accused by dozens of women and admitting to obtaining drugs to people he wanted to have sex with. 

That this an unprecedented action is the point - we need to show zero tolerance for sexual assault.'

Bill Cosby receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2002

Cosby has been gone from being a nationally-respected figure to disgraced in well under a year.

More than two dozen women have accused Cosby of sexual misconduct over the past four decades - with many alleging that he drugged and raped them. 

They came forward in droves after the wall of silence was breached by the comedian Hannibal Buress last October.

He called Cosby a serial 'rapist', prompting one of his victims, Barbara Bowman, to speak to Daily Mail Online about her ordeal.

She prompted a series of women to speak out, with the number steadily growing over the months. 

The 77-year-old comedian and TV star, who has never been charged with a crime, has denied some accusations while declining to comment or respond to others.

Pictured is The Cosby Show season six cast, including Cosby (top row, center)

Pictured is The Cosby Show season six cast, including Cosby (top row, center)

Joseph C. Phillips
Bill Cosby

Joseph C. Phillips (left), known for his role as Martin Kendall on The Cosby Show, has written a blog post titled 'Of Course Bill Cosby is Guilty' shaming Cosby for the alleged sexual assaults of 30 plus women

He is now facing criminal and civil action. Last week lawyers for a woman who alleges he drugged and sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion in 2008 were told by the Los Angeles Police Department that their investigation remains active.

It is - so far- the only criminal case not covered by statutes of limitation in the states where Cosby is alleged to have struck.

But a number of women have brought civil actions against Cosby, with the lawyer Gloria Allred representing some who are suing for defamation.

They say that Cosby lied when he denied attacking them, bringing their reputations into question.

The legal move, if successful, would force him to be deposed over his conduct.

A previous deposition in 2005 was fully unsealed this month and revealed how he had admitted drugging and having sex with a woman.

Cosby, made the admission during testimony in a 2005 civil case brought by a former Temple University employee, Andrea Constand.

The case was settled in 2006 for an undisclosed sum.

The comedian's lawyers had tried to block the documents release arguing they would cause severe embarrassment to the actor.

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Cops close in on Bill Cosby preparing to question woman who says he drugged and attacked her at Playboy Mansion in 2008 - within statute of limitations

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As previously reported, in a 2005 deposition that was recently unsealed, Cosby admitted to obtaining Quaaludes so that he could drug women and have sex with them.

A source close to the family reportedly said that Camille Cosby is more concerned with her husband’s legacy being dismantled, a legacy that she helped to build as his business manager, than the possibility that he drugged and raped dozens of women.

“Camille still doesn’t believe that Bill provided drugs and had sex with women without their consent,” said a source employed by the Cosby family. “She’s well aware of his cheating, but she doesn’t believe that her husband is a rapist.”

Mrs. Cosby is “a proud, dignified but stubborn woman. You can say that she’s standing by her husband, but really, the more people stand against him, the more she perceives it as an affront to her and all that she’s done to make him a star,” said another source who’s done business with the ­Cosbys and remains close to them.

Camille Cosby, 71, who is also her 78-year-old husband’s business manager, demanded last week at a crisis meeting with advisers that their lawyers and p.r. specialists “get back out in front of this,” the business source said.

“I created him, I knew what I was getting and we’ll fix this,” she told the gathering at a meeting at the couple’s Shelburne Falls, Mass., home Tuesday night.

Camille Cosby also shared details about her open marriage, reportedly stating, “You have to allow for space to let your partner do what he wants. I have done that and [Bill] has done that and there’s no jealously, no friction.”

But when what your partner wants is to drug and rape women, there shouldn’t be any space for that.

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Singer Jill Scott Says She's "Hurt" & "Disgusted" For Initially Standing By Bill Cosby In Rape Scandal {VIDEO}

 Bill Cosby closed in on as police 'question woman he raped at Playboy Mansion'

  • Chloe Goins alleges the comic spiked her drink then launched a sex assault when they met at a party at Hugh Hefner's home
  • Los Angeles police have told her lawyer their investigation is 'open' and they are expected to speak to Goins
  • Development comes after court documents revealed Cosby admitted drugging a woman for sex 
  • Goins tells Daily Mail Online: 'I'm very relieved everyone now knows I've spoken the truth.'  

Detectives have contacted alleged Bill Cosby victim Chloe Goins as they renew efforts to secure a prosecution against the shamed comic, Daily Mail Online can reveal.

It comes after shocking court documents reveal that the star admitted under oath drugging a woman for sex.

In an exclusive interview with Daily Mail Online Goins, 25, has welcomed the release of the latest documents - in which Cosby confessed to obtaining Quaalades to give to young women he wanted to have sex with - and said she wants to obtain justice on behalf of all the 'predator' comedian's alleged victims.

The model, who claims Cosby spiked her drink before launching a sex attack on her at Hugh Hefner's Playboy mansion six years ago, is the only one of Cosby's accusers who can press criminal or civil claims against the Cosby Show star because she is within California's statute of limitations.

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new moves: Chloe Goins is expected to be questioned by Los Angeles police officers about her account of being drugged and sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby

new moves: Chloe Goins is expected to be questioned by Los Angeles police officers about her account of being drugged and sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby

Friendship: Bill Cosby and Hugh Hefner's association goes back decades. Goins told Daily Mail Online she went to party hosted by Hefner when he introduced her to Cosby, who then drugged her 

Friendship: Bill Cosby and Hugh Hefner's association goes back decades. Goins told Daily Mail Online she went to party hosted by Hefner when he introduced her to Cosby, who then drugged her 

She told Daily Mail Online: 'I'm so thankful that this deposition came out for me and all the other victims of this sexual predator.

'I'm very relieved that everyone now knows that I've spoken the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

'The latest revelations hopefully now will lead to the fullest criminal prosecution of Mr Cosby for his sexual crimes against myself and all the other victims.

'The only reason I came forward was to make sure justice is done.'

Goins' lawyer Spencer Kuvin said the court documents, obtained on Monday, prove that Cosby is an 'admitted criminal' and will surely bolster his client's case.

He is confident a prosecution against Cosby, 77, is imminent and believes the case against him is 'alive and well'.

'This is a great revelation for everyone who is a victim,' he said.

'I was contacted by the police and they do want to continue and follow up with the investigation. They wanted to reassure me that the investigation was still a pending one - that it was still open.

'We're working now to get the police additional information so that they can continue on and bring charges.

'They want to talk to a number of people and it's my understanding that they would like to speak to Chloe.'

Goins came forward last year and told Daily Mail Online in an exclusive interview how she passed out at the Playboy mansion after Cosby gave her a drink - before waking up to find him licking her feet and pleasuring himself.

She is one of more than 40 women who have claimed the star drugged and sexually attacked them, although Cosby has always vehemently denied any wrongdoing and has never faced any criminal charges.

Lawyers for Goins say the newly released documents prove that Cosby has lied and he could now end up behind bars.

Kuvin, who represented four victims of the notorious billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, said: 'My guess is that the police probably knew this was going come out but it only just recently came out.

Hard times: Camille Cosby looks on as her husband speaks at a news conference last November about an art exhibit the two put on at the Smithsonian as rape allegations began pouring in. Goins is the only one not barred for prosecution by the statute of limitations

Hard times: Camille Cosby looks on as her husband speaks at a news conference last November about an art exhibit the two put on at the Smithsonian as rape allegations began pouring in. Goins is the only one not barred for prosecution by the statute of limitations

Andrea Constand
Andrea Constand

Background: The comedian was testifying under oath in a lawsuit filed by a former Temple University employee Andrea Constand (above)

'We've thought all along that the police have had further information regarding other allegations - including Chloe's - that they have been investigating but they're just not at liberty to discuss.

'So my guess is that all of this is parts to a very large puzzle in prosecuting Mr Cosby.

'I believe this is the beginning of the end for Mr Cosby - particularly in terms of his public image.'

Lap-dancer Goins was just 18 when she claims Cosby handed her a spiked alcoholic drink before luring her to a bedroom at a Playboy mansion party, before launching a depraved sexual attack on her.

The model and lapdancer, originally from San Diego, said after being introduced to Cosby he started lavishing her and a friend with attention before slipping off and bringing back two alcoholic drinks for the girls.

EXCLUSIVE: Model claims assault by Cosby when she was 18

Speaking to Daily Mail Online when we broke the story, she said, 'I remember the drink being kind of strong but it didn't taste funny or anything like that.

'Everything kind of went a little foggy, I started feeling sick to my stomach, and just dizzy.'

At that point Hefner, realizing Goins was unwell, said she could go and lie down and rest in one of his many spare bedrooms in the plush mansion.

'Then Bill offered to show me the room, he said he knew the way. He seemed nice and I don't remember feeling nervous or that it was weird.,' Goins continued.

'He had his arm around me to show me the way and I did notice he had been paying me a little more attention than my friend, but never thought anything of it.'

It was at that point Goins blacked out - remembering nothing until she woke up completely 'butt naked' on a strange bed.

Disgrace: Cosby has become a tarnished brand since the slew of disclosures about his sexual conduct and his admission that he drugged a woman for sex, which emerged this week

Disgrace: Cosby has become a tarnished brand since the slew of disclosures about his sexual conduct and his admission that he drugged a woman for sex, which emerged this week

'I came to and remember seeing this big man crouched over me. It was Bill Cosby and he was at my feet, kind of licking and kissing them and I think he bit my toe as that's what woke me up.

'I was shocked, I said, 'hey, what's going on', he didn't really say anything, didn't explain anything or give a reason.

'He jumped up, pulled his pants back up quickly and left. He had seen that I was alert and bolted out of there, I was left in the room by myself.'

Goins said she is sure Cosby had been licking her breasts and groping her body as well.

The attack left her feeling 'embarrassed, violated and humiliated,' she said.

Goins filed a criminal report with the LAPD in January this year and the force confirmed yesterday that the investigation was 'open and active'.

If convicted of a sexual assault, Cosby could face up to 48 months in jail as well as a possible $10,000 fine.

Goins' lawyer Spencer Kuvin said his client was determined to seek justice on behalf of all the other alleged victims, despite being 'very afraid of a powerful, influential man who clearly took advantage of her in a situation.'

He added, 'Her goal right now is to see that Cosby is jailed for what he's done - not just to her but to all the other girls.'

Cosby has been hit with dozens of historic accusations of sexual assault or rape by women including Beverley Johnson, the first black supermodel.

Beverly Johnson accuses Bill Cosby of drugging her
Venue: The Playboy Mansion, where Goins says she was drugged and attacked by Cosby in 2008. She has not specified the date 

Venue: The Playboy Mansion, where Goins says she was drugged and attacked by Cosby in 2008. She has not specified the date 

Although all of the accusers describe a similar scenario - in which Cosby plied them with a laced drink or gave them pills, before attacking them - they all fell beyond the statute of limitations.

Goins is the only accuser not covered by the statute of limitations - which makes her case 'so important', according to her lawyer Kuvin.

He was also keen to correct an error he had made in misstating the date she attended the party with Cosby.

Kuvin had previously wrongly stated that Goins attended the Playboy mansion's Midsummer Night's Dream party in summer 2008.

'It's important to be clear that Chloe has never given an exact date that she was at the party,' he told Daily Mail Online.

'She was not clear on the exact date. She knows that she went to party at the mansion, she knows she was drugged and sexually abused.

'Any mention of the Midsummer Night's Dream party on my behalf was merely an assumption by me based on the public parties that were thrown at the time.

'Obviously we've since learned that Mr Hefner threw many private parties separate and apart from that highly publicized party - but she has never mentioned any exact dates.

'We now also know through sworn testimony that Cosby is an admitted criminal who obtained drugs for the purpose of giving it to women to have sex with him.

'That is an absolute and that's directly from him.

'There's a big difference between what lawyers say and the evidence is as it comes out through the witnesses and people who are victims.'

A judge this week agreed to release the files in which Cosby admitted obtaining drugs so he could have sex with young women,

Cosby, made the admission during testimony in a 2005 civil case brought by a former Temple University employee, Andrea Constand.

The case was settled in 2006 for an undisclosed sum.

The comedian's lawyers had tried to block the documents release arguing they would cause severe embarrassment to the actor.

Cosby has always vehemently denied any wrongdoing and has not faced any criminal charges.

His representative has declined to comment.


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Bill Cosby ADMITTED under OATH to drugging woman for sex in 2005: Star told lawyers he bought drugs and used them in 'consensual' sex with woman in Las Vegas {VIDEO}

Count singer Jill Scott among the hundreds of thousands of Bill Cosby fans who defended him in the wake of numerous allegations that he he drugged and raped women. She's now left disappointed and hurt after the Associated Press broke the story of Cosby admitting under oath during a 2005 deposition that he did use drugs in order to have sex with women.

Scott, 43, reacted to the news via Twitter.

"I stood by a man I respected and loved. I was wrong. It HURTS!!! When you get it ALL right, holla," Scott wrote.

What should be done now that the truth has been revealed? The statute of limitations has long passed in most of the cases. Should Cosby have to compensate his accusers monetarily? 

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Bill Cosby addresses allegations {VIDEO} 'I've never seen anything like this'

Cosby said he got drugs to give women for sex

  • Cosby admitted in a 2005 deposition that he obtained Quaaludes and gave the sedative to at least one woman
  • The 77-year-old comedian was testifying under oath in a lawsuit filed by a former Temple University employee Andrea Constand
  • He admitted giving the Constand three half-pills of Benadryl
  • Cosby settled that sexual-abuse lawsuit for undisclosed terms in 2006 
  • The woman who Cosby gave Quaaludes to meanwhile is an unnamed Jane Doe who he met in Las Vegas in 1976 
  • He also said that he gave the National Enquirer an exclusive to kill a story with his ex Beth Ferrier, who accused him of slipping pills in her drink

Bill Cosby admitted in a 2005 deposition that he obtained Quaaludes with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to have sex with and admitted giving the sedative to at least one woman.

The Associated Press went to court to compel the release of the documents, and they were made public Monday. 

Cosby's lawyers had objected on the grounds that it would embarrass their client.

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Bill Cosby admitted in a 2005 deposition that he obtained Quaaludes with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to have sex with

Bill Cosby admitted in a 2005 deposition that he obtained Quaaludes with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to have sex with

Bill Cosby's Lawyer Says He Can Prove The Comedian Was NOT In LA On The Night He Was Accused Of Drugging And Sexually Assaulting Teenage Model At The Playboy Mansion

Admission: In the above testimony, Cosby admitted to buying Quaaludes to possible give to young women he wanted to sleep with

Admission: In the above testimony, Cosby admitted to buying Quaaludes to possible give to young women he wanted to sleep with

Key player: The 77-year-old comedian was testifying under oath in a lawsuit filed by a former Temple University employee Andrea Constand (above)

The 77-year-old comedian was testifying under oath in a lawsuit filed by a former Temple University employee Andrea Constand and admitted he gave her three half-pills of Benadryl.

The lawsuit accused Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting the woman at Cosby's home. Cosby's lawyer argued that his client's deposition could reveal details of Cosby's marriage, sex life and prescription drug use. 

Constand, the former director of operations for Temple's women's basketball team and a one time college basketball star herself, launched the legal suit against Cosby, a man she called her 'mentor', in March 2005. 

WHAT ARE QUAALUDES?

Quaaludes (methaqualone) were first synthesized by scientists in the 1950s, and released in the 1960s in America as a more effective substitute for barbiturates, which were then a popular sleeping pill. They cause relaxation, sleepiness and occasionally a feeling of euphoria. The prescription pills are highly addictive and are not supposed to be taken in large quantities or while drinking alcohol. They take just 30 minutes to kick in and last for up to eight hours. At high doses it can cause severe confusion and an almost complete loss of muscle control.

Now 42, said she first met Cosby, a Temple alum, in November 2002 and the pair became friends and she was a frequent guest at dinner parties at his home.

She claimed however that after arriving at Cosby's house on an evening in January 2004, the comic legend gave her three blue pills when she said she was stressed over work, which he described as 'herbal medication' to help her relax.

Then, the suit states, her 'knees began to shake, her limbs felt immobile, she felt dizzy and weak, and she began to feel only barely conscious.' 

Cosby then gave her another drug, she said, and led her to the sofa, where she says she was sexually molested.

'When Plaintiff awoke, her clothes and undergarments were in disarray,' the suit said.Constand later returned to her native Canada, where she reported the incident to police in January 2005. Authorities in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, followed up with an investigation, but in February 2005, they declined to press criminal charges due to a lack of evidence.

Cosby settled that sexual-abuse lawsuit for undisclosed terms in 2006. 

After the lawsuit became public on Monday Constand tweeted out 'YES!' followed soon after by 'SIR!'

Three more women came forward against Cosby last week

The woman who Cosby admits giving Quaaludes to meanwhile is an unnamed Jane Doe who he met in Las Vegas in 1976. 

Cosby said under oath; 'I met Ms (Redacted) in Las Vegas. She meets me back stage. I give her Quaaludes. We then have sex.'

It is similar to allegations made last year by Therese Serignese (nee Picking), who claimed she met Cosby at the Las Vegas Hilton in 1976 and was invited to spend time with him after his show.

She then alleged he gave her two Quaaludes. 

'I took them, didn't know what they were didn't even ask. I just was intimidated I guess and I took them,' Serignese told WPTV in an interview last year.

'Then my next memory is feeling drugged and him having sex with me.'

Despite this, she ended up staying with Cosby, living in his penthouse for weeks, but eventually she moved out and later married.

She did however take up Cosby on his promise to pay her $500 if she went to school and earned good grades.

After attending nursing school, and doing well, she got word to go down to Western Union.

In the end, she got $10,000 from Cosby. 

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Accuser: Therese Serignese (above) claimed she met Cosby at the Las Vegas Hilton in 1976 and was invited to spend time with him after his show where she was given two Quaaludes

Accuser: Therese Serignese (above) claimed she met Cosby at the Las Vegas Hilton in 1976 and was invited to spend time with him after his show where she was given two Quaaludes

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Speaking up: 'I took them, didn't know what they were didn't even ask. I just was intimidated I guess and I took them,' Serignese (above as a teenager) said  in an interview last year

Speaking up: 'I took them, didn't know what they were didn't even ask. I just was intimidated I guess and I took them,' Serignese (above as a teenager) said  in an interview last year

The court filing also claimed multiple people told 'the police and others' that Cosby used a modeling agency to 'supply' himself with young women.

'Several people have given statements to the police and others that Defendant used a modeling agency in Denver to supply him with young women, many of whom claim to have been victimized by Defendant,' wrote Troiani.

The papers also get into what individuals at William Morris Agency, who represented Cosby at the time, may have known about his alleged actions.

'Defendant admitted that in his initial conversation with [Constand] 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,' wrote Troiani.

'He testified that some time after that call, he decided to call Plaintiffs mother to offer Plaintiff funds for “education” and to ask them to meet him in Florida. He then had a representative of the William Morris agency call Plaintiff.' 

Cosby also said that he called his agent Tom Illus at one point and asked him to send money to a female accuser.

Cosby also said under oath that he gave the National Enquirer an exclusive interview to kill a story they did with his ex Beth Ferrier, who accused him of slipping pills in her drink when she went to visit him in his dressing room in Denver in the 1980s.

Most of the deposition involved arguments between Constand's attorney Dolores Troiani and Patrick O'Connor, who was representing the comedian and who the plantiff's lawyer felt was coaching his witness.

O'Connor also objected to almost every question asked by Troiani, telling Cosby not to respond or answer.

The deposition eventually ended after Troiani grew fed up with not getting any answers from Cosby, and filed a motion with the court requesting that they order Cosby to fully testify and hold a new deposition.

Caught: Cosby said under oath he gave the National Enquirer an exclusive interview to kill a story they did with his ex Beth Ferrier (above in January), who accused him of slipping pills in her drink in the 1980s

Caught: Cosby said under oath he gave the National Enquirer an exclusive interview to kill a story they did with his ex Beth Ferrier (above in January), who accused him of slipping pills in her drink in the 1980s

Cosby's reputation as a family man with wholesome values despite the allegations brought against him seem to be one of the main reasons Judge Eduardo C. Roberno agreed to release the documents to the AP.

He wrote of his decision Monday; 'The stark contrast between Bill Cosby, the public moralist and Bill Cosby, the subject of serious allegations concerning improper (and perhaps criminal) conduct, is a matter as to which the AP - and by extension the public - has a significant interest.' 

He later said; 'This case, however, is not about [Cosby’s] status as a public person by virtue of the exercise of his trade as a televised or comedic personality. 

'Rather, [Cosby] 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 ... He has voluntarily narrowed the zone of privacy that he is entitled to claim.'

More than thirty women have come forward in the saying they were attacked by Cosby in the past year, some of whom were just teenagers at the time.

One of the accusers is supermodel Janice Dickinson, who claims that during a dinner in 1982 the actor gave her a pill and when she woke up he was on top of her.

Cosby's attorney later said that Dickinson was lying and she is now suing him for defamation.

Another four ladies; Barbara Bowman, Joan Tarshis, Tamara Green and Therese Serignese, all recounted remarkably similar stories in which they claim to have shared a drink or a pill with Cosby and then woken up after or while they say he was sexually assaulting them.

Also coming forward was Carla Ferrigno, wife of Incredible Hulk star Lou Ferrigno, who says Cosby tried to sexually assault her during a gathering at his house in 1967.

What's more, Cosby allegedly tried to use a friend to help court Ferrigno, and allegedly made his move on the former Playboy Bunny just moments after his own wife, Camille, left the room.

Camille married the comedian in 1964 and the couple have three children; Erinn, Evin and Erica.

Their oldest son, Ennis, was shot dead while changing a tire in 1997 at the age of 27.

Hard times: Camille Cosby looks on as her husband speaks at a news conference last November about an art exhibit the two put on at the Smithsonian as rape allegations began puring in

Hard times: Camille Cosby looks on as her husband speaks at a news conference last November about an art exhibit the two put on at the Smithsonian as rape allegations began puring in

These allegations have had a major impact on Cosby's work, with Netflix postponing the airing of his new comedy special, Bill Cosby 77, which was due to air the day after Thanksgiving last year, and NBC pulling the plug on a comedy project they were developing with the Cosby Show star.

TV Land also announced they will no longer air reruns of The Cosby Show on the network.

He has still continued to tour doing stand-up shows, and in May spoke to Good Morning America about the women coming forward claiming he had raped and drugged them in the past. 

Speaking with the program to promote the nonprofit Black Belt Community Foundation's education initiative which provides funding for education reform in Alabama, Cosby explained how these claims were hurting his attempts to work with charities.

'If a young person comes up to you and says, "You know, my mom says you've done some bad things." How will you answer them if they are pressing you: are you guilty? did you do it? are the allegations true?,' correspondent Linsey Davis asked Cosby. 

'I am prepared to tell this young person the truth about life,' responded Cosby.

'I'm not sure that they will come like that. I think many of them say, "Well, you're hypocrite. You say one thing, you [do] the other". My point is, OK, listen to me carefully.

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Creepy Bill Cosby interview resurfaces, describes dropping ‘Spanish Fly’ in women’s drinks {VIDEO}

After over 30 women have accused Bill Cosby of sexual misconduct, with many alleging he drugged and assaulted them, the 77-year-old comedian sat down for his first TV interview.

Good Morning America's Linsey Davis caught up with Cosby in Alabama where he was working with the Black Belt Community Foundation to raise awareness about underfunded schools in Selma, Ala. and was also speaking with students.
Davis asked the embattled comedian how he planned to respond to children who may ask about these allegations against him. "Are you prepared for the backlash if a young person comes up to you and says my mom said you did some bad things?" she inquired. "How will you answer that if they are pressing you?"
"I'm not sure that they will come like that," he said. "I think that many of them say, 'Well, you're a hypocrite. You say one thing, you say the other.' My point is ...I'm telling you where the road is out. ...Do you wanna go here or do you wanna be concerned as to who is giving you the message?"

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Beverly Johnson’s Former Manager Claims She Lied About Bill Cosby Accusations {VIDEO}

Tuesday, the comedy producer continued to question the growing number of allegations against Cosby. Apatow tweeted a link to his more than one million followers of an old Cosby interview with Larry King.

In the interview clip, which was rebroadcaston Headline News, Cosby is describing a story about “Spanish Fly,” a drug that purportedly makes women “amarous.”
Cosby happily describes to CNN anchor Larry King the “powers” of the drug, as transcribed by FiveThirtyEight.com:
COSBY: Spanish Fly was the thing that all boys from age 11 on up to death — We will still be searching for Spanish Fly.
KING: [laughs] That’s right.
COSBY: And what was the old- The old story was, if you took a little drop — It was on the head of a-
KING: Pin.
COSBY: -pin! And you put it in a drink-
KING: That’s right. Drop it in her Coca-cola — It don’t matter.
COSBY: It doesn’t make any difference. And the girl would drink it and-
KING: And she’s yours.
COSBY: -‘Hello, America!’
Monday, Apatow said Cosby “absolutely belongs in jail,” on the WTF Podcast. He’s even tweeted an image of all the cities Cosby will visit on his upcoming tour, encouraging his followers to let the venues “know how they feel.”
USA Today’s Ann Oldenburg recapped the reason why Apatow has come out so hard against Cosby:
Apatow, in his talk with Maron (the chat starts around the eight-minute mark), talked to Barris and says he “can understand why someone would say, ‘Why does Judd care about this?'” “I don’t know, I have two daughters. I’m a comedian. I see [Cosby] a little bit as our comedy dad,” Apatow said. “It’s like finding out your comedy dad is a really evil guy.”

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Bill Cosby makes joke about sexual abuse claims {VIDEO}

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As comedy legend Bill Cosby (pictured) continues to sink further in to the infamy of allegations from 30 or so women who are accusing him of past sexual atrocities, veteran Hollywood talent manager Don Gibble is speaking out. Gibble told The Daily Caller that former model and client Beverly Johnson (pictured), who also claims that Cosby allegedly drugged and assaulted her, lied about her meeting with the media tycoon.

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Johnson, who was the first African-American model to grace the cover of Vogue, recounted her allegedly frightening Cosby encounter in Vanity Fair Magazine recently, stating that she met Cosby at his brownstone in New York City after landing a gig on his highly rated “The Cosby Show.”

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After chatting a bit, Johnson claims Cosby offered her a cappuccino that was spiked, and after she called Cosby everything but a child of God, he allegedly picked her up, dragged her outside, and flung her in to a cab.

According to Johnson, she is only coming forward now because she wants to encourage other victims to come forward and to tell their stories.

Gibble, who reportedly goes back 20-something years with the striking beauty, claims, however, that he heard the famous Cosby meeting story told several times over by her and not once did she ever mention how Cosby had ever tried to drug her.  As a matter of fact, Gibble contends Johnson told him that Camille, Cosby’s wife of 50-plus years, was present at the non-eventful brunch meeting.

She said she had brunch with him and his wife, and it was a great experience. And then on ‘The View,’ it flip-flopped,” Gibble said, referring to Johnson’s recent appearance on the popular ABC-TV daytime chatfest.  “It was odd to me that she changed her story. She said [she was] drugged and raped. I just remember that was not the conversation we had. And we had it repeatedly.  It was brunch. It was just one time. It was a typical nice pleasant experience.  It can be easily proven that Camille Cosby was at that brunch, so it was kind of dumb for her to lie.”

Gibble told the news outlet that her personal meeting with Cosby had actually taken place only once.

Johnson also told the former manager that she and Cosby would only run in to each other at functions, such as NAACP affairs. According to Gibble, Johnson even listed Cosby as one of the Hollywood producers that she had a good relationship with and hoped to work with again. “Basically, she only had a good experience with him, so if he had been producing something at that time, I could have easily called that office and gotten her an appointment.”

Hmm, the plot thickens!


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'Forget these women': Bill Cosby's TV wife Phylicia Rashad breaks silence to defend co-star as he returns to live shows

Bill Cosby reportedly made a joke about his multiple rape allegations

Bill Cosby reportedly made a joke about his multiple rape allegations on stage in CanadaCredit: Bobby Bank/WireImage via Getty
Wow, really? Bill Cosby made light of his sexual abuse allegations during his stage show in London, Ontario on Thursday, Jan. 8, by joking with a heckler about claims he drugged women's drinks, the National Post reports. 

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Cosby and co-star Rashad as the Huxtables in the long-running Cosby Show for which she won an Emmy 

  • Phylicia Rashad said claims that Cosby had attacked at least 23 women was part of an 'orchestrated plan' to ruin his TV career
  • Rashad played Clair Huxtable in the long-running Cosby Show for which she won an Emmy Award 
  • The 77-year-old comedian is scheduled to appear at the Centre in the Square in Kitchener, Ontario, on Wednesday 
  • At least 10 stand-up comedy tour performances canceled or indefinitely postponed
  • Director Judd Apatow blasted Rashad on Twitter saying that she was worried about losing royalties from The Cosby Show
Phylicia Rashad (pictured with Cosby in 2011) came out to strongly defend her former co-star Bill Cosby against sexual assault allegations, in an interview published on Tuesday

Phylicia Rashad (pictured with Cosby in 2011) came out to strongly defend her former co-star Bill Cosby against sexual assault allegations, in an interview published on Tuesday

Cosby and co-star Rashad as the Huxtables in the long-running Cosby Show for which she won an Emmy 

Director Judd Apatow directly addressed Phylicia Rashad on Wednesday after she defended Bill Cosby in an interview this week

Director Judd Apatow directly addressed Phylicia Rashad on Wednesday after she defended Bill Cosby in an interview this week

Director Judd Apatow slammed Phylicia Rashad for speaking out in support of Bill Cosby saying that she was worried about losing royalties from The Cosby Show

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Comment by Big Shot... on July 29, 2015 at 3:37pm
M.Jackson 1st set up was 10yrs prior to his 2nd case, now Cosby is hit with the same type of strategic planning. Both advised through their lawyers to do funny settlements in order to keep their names clean or out of the media as much as posible with negative press. This is the set up for famous blackmen these days. (U think its done & over with but lil do U know, it has just begun.

M.Jackson even spoke to the public on live TV directly to save his name, denying all clames against him, pleading with the public not to judge him based on the media's spins), and the media did all they could to surpress it. He got out of it but not with out damage. And many people still believed Mike was guilty til the day he died.

10yrs later, another scandal, the accusers just like the 1st accusers, they had a history in fraud and lawsuits. And about 2days after MJ was murdered (the final stage) the little boy came out and said publicly that he didnt want to do it, but "they" made him do it. His father was dead a few days later (they claimed it was suicide).

Cosby is a victim of the same thing. This has nothing to do with respectable women that were taken advantaged of in their innocence. This is a bunch of washed up birds that were drinking, dugging, partying, and whoring in their hey-days looking for fun and a come up in their lives, that never came to be. They did what they did for their own reasons, and this was the way, party time USA especially in the entertainment field. As we've said, if Cosby is guilty of anything like that in that time, then so is a lot of others. And Hugh Hefner ran the circus so how could he not know or be excluded or innocent in all of this for about 45+yrs?

These females want their cake and eat it too like always which isnt fair. You cant like like a wild animal then wanna claim rape without ANY concrete proof or evidence (STILL) 20-30-40+ years later. Theyre also tryin to pass crazy laws extending statue of limitations to ZERO, on these things which is a horrible idea. This means any female can say anyone raped them or tried to at anytime, and now your life is ruined because she has some new motive or is in a desperate state. These Cosby accusers are a great example of this. Theyre all broke, washed up and their best years if there was any (cause i saw their younger pics) are way behind them. Careers never took off, checks are few, infact some are on public assistence (can we say clear motive?). They now want to retire off of this successful black man that has his mind made up to up lift black people. ( Gloria Alred is a piece of crap, she attacks & exploits every situation to destroy famous wealthy black men. Didnt know this until someone brought it to my attention & i looked her up. She has a few big cases like that. She keeps preaching that its not about money, but keeps saying in the next breath, what Cosby should do is give millions to these women to show good faith. Its all about the doe for her)

That 1995 case was a plea deal, (the 1st solid setup, on file, a paper trail, this sets the stage). Promises of confidentiality, sealed records/court documents, no real press or details and a small settlement, all a plea deal to keep it out of the media and away from his wife. Where talking about a man that has been a victim of several extortion attempts that never worked. (But this time they stacked 12 so-called Jane Doe's that were said to be included supporting Constand. Huuum, not one name mention or known, just more clowdy statements behind the scene.

That deposition went down in some hotel setting, (not in any regular court room might i add). This was a coerced deal based on moving it along, and keeping it low for reputation sake. Now look at what has happened. Just living the party life at that time with everyone doing the same thing, he has now become a target, all because some dont approve of his support of his people for years.

Whats sad is people adding to it, pushing it, supporting the pummeling Cosby get from the controlled press by his own folks. Jill Scott was one of my favorites until i saw her change up right before my eyes the 1st time she hit the world wide circuit. Her 1st big appearance on TV, started acting a little plastic and even started going backwards, straightening her hair from her beautiful afro. Transforming. (No more black and im proud now that ive arrived, mentality) She gave it right up, quick. And thats what they want. Rip the Queen's true image down to a watered down white washed Eropean style version. Since that time theyve started giving her more cameos on TV. SMH... There was no need for her to make such an opinion so quickly and on social media the way she did. Jill just said in Dec. that she supported him. These are the times when your people should stand by a brother. Whether right or wrong, whatever you think, dont YOU be apart of the on going problem (this only helps them not anyone if us, as a matter of fact, we hurt ourselves by helping them. Dont help with the destruction of your people, that black man is all of us because we all hurt and suffer behind efforts to crush him.. (To top it off,with all of those that are wealthy, who has anything that comes anywhere close to 80M dollars to his own people. Then dedicated yrs of his own life through time & service? Who else has done as much?)
Comment by Big Shot... on July 29, 2015 at 2:39pm
@JeromeS @MrCeenotes @AfricanGoddess @Ab Gal @Tempo: I agree with all of you, because this is what we've seen time after time with all of the wealthy and famous blackmen in this country. Think about this, most of the positive role models along with the neutral men (those not that much involved w/their ppl or community) are torn to bits. Discredited in some way everytime. Most the time by lies, exaggerated truths, twisted truths, scandals, schemes or setups. Why should we be stupid to think, that this isnt ISNT just another one. They only get better at dirty tactics. Regular Telivision shouldve at least told most of us that. They have consistently destroyed all our positive leaders in some way all throughout history, and many theyve simply killed. But the loosers, a**holes, clowns, coons with fame and wealth are turned into sheep herders or left alone pretty much to continue cooning. They have a job that works with the system that they want. Keep black folks unaware, unconscious, ignorant, and/or stupid. Its the same old non-sense, Divide and conquer.
Comment by Contonila Goodman on July 22, 2015 at 8:24am

To be a Super Star,there is always a price to pay. @Rashid Rourk-some of what you say is true,but a Super Star must be aware of these pitfalls or have good agents and advisers if he is going to behave as naive as those riding the gravy train.

Comment by Big Shot... on July 21, 2015 at 11:25pm

@Rashid Rourk: This is what Ive been saying for a long time after it got to about 15 women. I started looking them more because it was just too many. What your saying is the truth. From books and interviews on having crazy hot sex, parties, using all kinds of drugs and alcohol concoctions, to plenty of extortion attempts.before tryin to press/fie charges on anything they can trump up. Most of them out there, most of them, are and have been opportunists, and some are/have been simply junkies, whores or wild chicks, party girls riding the train.. Fame and the entertainment business breeds these types of people on both sides. However, no one has the right to come back years later because of ANY poor decisions they made when they were young, dumb, or thought they were clever. Now that things havent went well for them, theyre tryin to get him talking some $100M non-sense. There should be laws against this type of things like with false rape claims which is all too common. Bill has been a target of extortion for about half his life now.

Comment by GUNMAN ah Come on July 21, 2015 at 5:07pm
Rumor is Bill Cosby got a new soda out. I heard it's a, "knockout!" Lmao. Enjoy
Comment by rashid rourk on July 21, 2015 at 4:18pm
A few of these women continued to communicate and take money from Bill Cosby after the alleged assault and Beverly Johnson has a history of lying concerning some of the men she dealt with. I guess if all the women were darkskin would've heard these stories already.
Comment by rashid rourk on July 21, 2015 at 11:12am
Ay
Comment by Dr. Phillip Valentine on July 21, 2015 at 10:39am

That first pic looks like a damn man...

Comment by Mike k on July 21, 2015 at 9:28am

It's not looking good for Mr. Cosby. With sharks like Gloria Allred and her equally sharkish daughter Lisa Bloom representing some of these women, Bill is in trouble.

Comment by ADELTECH REAL ESTATE on July 21, 2015 at 8:40am

Hey the whites done the same too black women in slavery, and every black celebrity the bring them down like Michael Jackson and same thing the doing with Bill Cosby an we standby and let it haappen.

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