COSBY'S 2006 DEPOSITION CAN BE USED IN COURT

Dec 05, 2016

By Michael Kramer

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A legal setback for Bill Cosby.

A judge has ruled that damaging testimony the entertainer gave in an accuser’s lawsuit – can be used at his sex assault trial.

The testimony includes admissions that he gave young women drugs and alcohol before sex.

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Cosby’s defense team has insisted that he testified only after being promised he would never be charged over his 2004 encounter with Toronto – born Andrea Constand – but his lawyers at the time never had an immunity agreement – nor did they put anything in writing.

79-year-old Cosby acknowledged in the 2006 deposition that he had a string of extramarital relationships. He called them consensual – but many of the women say they were drugged and molested.

People who say they are sexual assault victims are not usually named – but Constand has given permission for her name to be used.

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