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Bill Cosby could face new deposition after losing California court ruling.

Bill Cosby (seen as Dr. Bill Cosby could face a new deposition in a lawsuit by a woman who claims the actor molested her at the Playboy Mansion in 1974, when she was 15 years old. Heathcliff “Cliff” Huxtable in “The Cosby Show”) reportedly testified about the out-of-town and “financially not doing well” woman he wanted from a New York modeling agency during the peak of the show’s popularity. The California Supreme Court without comment Wednesday rejected Cosby’s petition to review earlier rulings in the suit filed by Judy Huth, which Cosby’s lawyers argued were based on procedural errors. Lawyers for Bill Cosby argue in a new court filing his admission he used quaaludes in the 1970s doesn’t mean he drugged and sexually assaulted women.

We’re going to talk about amphetamines, cocaine, depressants, barbiturates, opiates, alcohol, tobacco, hallucinogens.” That was the introduction to Cosby’s 1971 album “Bill Cosby Talks to Kids About Drugs,” that won him a Grammy for Best Recording for Children. The lawyers on Tuesday asked a court to preserve the confidentiality of his 2006 settlement in a sexual-battery lawsuit. (Evan Vucci/AP) Even though in the deposition Bill Cosby admitted to obtaining quaaludes to give to women to have sex, this did not mean he had done so without their consent, his lawyers said.

With that out of the way, Huth’s attorney, Gloria Allred, said Wednesday that she would seek to question Cosby “as soon as possible within the next 30 days.” The alleged irregularities occurred when Huth’s previous attorney filed the suit, Allred said, after which “Ms. In what appeared to be a new public campaign to defend Bill Cosby, a lawyer for the entertainer began a series of appearances on various media outlets Wednesday, pushing back against what she described as misleading news reports that were defaming her client. She was 17 at the time of their introduction in 1988 and later became Jane Doe No. 2 in Temple University basketball manager Andrea Constand’s sexual assault lawsuit against Cosby in 2005. Pressley’s comments came a day after Cosby’s lawyers made a legal filing asserting that the entertainer had been smeared by some news-media accounts that inaccurately portrayed his testimony in the case.

Thompson went public with her name and story in March, claiming Cosby slipped something into her wine and placed her hand on his genitals during a visit to his New York brownstone. The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office declined to bring criminal charges after Huth made her allegations in December, saying the statute of limitations had long ago expired. Jewel Allison told the Daily News last year that she was utterly duped by Cosby’s squeaky clean image when Charney first introduced her to “America’s Dad” in the late 1980s. “We may be looking at America’s greatest serial rapist that ever got away with this for the longest amount of time,” Allison told The News last November. Over the past year, numerous women have accused Cosby of sexual assault in cases that date back to the mid-1960s — the era when Cosby was gaining fame for his family-friendly comedy.

The suspected gangster behind the “senseless murder” of a 7-year-old watching July 4th fireworks on a Chicago street was arrested Wednesday more than 400 miles away in Wisconsin. Rasheed Martin, 20, was taken into custody by local police and sheriff’s deputies without incident at an apartment complex in Superior, Wis., after a murder warrant was issued Friday, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said. Since then, Cosby’s drug PSAs have started to resurface online. “Do you think it’s fun to have to take a pill or to sniff something or to snort something or to shoot something in your arm to make yourself feel as a lot of people think ‘better?’” Cosby asked at the beginning of his 1971 album. “Okay, now let’s talk about pills,” a young Cosby said, presumably talking to children with some groovy 1970s tune playing in the background. “People take pills to get high. Martin has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Amari Brown, who was in Chicago’s Humboldt Park neighborhood when Martin allegedly struck the child in a gang-related drive-by shooting. “Baby Amari was not a gang leader,” Rev.

Ira Acree told NBC Chicago at the boy’s funeral on Sunday. “So we must do all we can to get the killer off the streets.” Antonio Brown, who police said had a rap sheet that included 45 arrests, raced his son to the hospital, clutching him in the back seat of a car. Pressley also indirectly addressed the defamation claims against Cosby, saying: “If anyone is being defamed right now — through media, through celebrity onlookers, through others — it’s Mr. This is exactly what the men and women of Chicago (police) are up against,” Chicago Police Chief Garry McCarthy afterward. “I’m angry, I’m frustrated that we’re here again talking about a senseless murder. You don’t want to bump into people. “Oh yes, an upper will make you high,” he said in a high-pitched tone. “It will make you wake up and you will think you’re faster than you ever were. Oh my goodness, this isn’t any fun either, is it?” At the same time, Cosby — who later became “The Cosby Show” dad who once lectured his TV son, Theo, about the dangers of drugs — was working the subject into his stand-up comedy.

It’s True!” Cosby talked about his mission as a teen to score Spanish Fly after learning that slipping it into the drink of a girl called “Crazy Mary” might make her easy. “From then on, anytime you see a girl, ‘Wish I had some Spanish fly,’” he said. “Go to a party, see five girls standing alone. It was an effort to block the further release of his full deposition, which became available last week from the court-reporting service that transcribed it a decade ago. Many others, however, presented Cosby’s side that, while he had used drugs in sexual encounters, the drug-taking and sex were, in his words, consensual.

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