Bill Cosby’s own words provide scandalous details of his hidden life

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Bill Cosby Team Begins Public Defense Campaign.

Pressley claimed that the specific deposition, which stems from a 10-year-old civil case, had a lot of content from Cosby telling the story in his own words, but parts of it were pulled out by the media and was ‘misinterpreted’. “There are a thousand-plus pages that are available of Mr.Bill Cosby’s legal team has filed for court sanctions against Andrea Constand, a Temple University employee who accused him of sexual assault in a 2005 lawsuit.A new attorney for Bill Cosby , is out to try and spare the comedian’s reputation, appearing on Good Morning America Wednesday to passionately defend her client.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 on Wednesday, pushing back against what she described as misleading news reports that were defaming her client.

Details of his deposition in that case—in which he described his philandering and use of Quaalude tranquilizers—were released to several media outlets this month. Pressley is referring to Cosby’s admission of purchasing drugs with the intent to give them to a woman he wanted to have sex with, but he denies ever having sex with the woman. “It was considered a party drug called ‘disco biscuits’ and it was something that was done frequently, not just by Mr. The New York Times says (paywall) it obtained the deposition not from Constand, but from from the court reporting service that transcribed it in 2005. Pressley was adamant that just because over 40 women have lodged accusations against client that he had sexually assaulted them, the attorney insisted that this does not mean he is guilty. “What I am saying is that Mr.

Cosby’s statements in the deposition have been taken out of context, Pressley, said. “If anyone is being defamed right now—through media, through celebrity onlookers, through others—it’s Mr. Because of this, Cosby’s legal team is hoping a judge will strike down the alleged victim’s request to be released from the confidentiality agreement. “The plaintiff’s motion is a sham and an obvious attempt to have her cake and eat it, too,” Cosby’s attorney said in court docs, per NBC News. 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. Many people “introduced Quaaludes into their consensual sex life in the 1970s,” the filing states. “Quaaludes were a highly popular recreational drug in the 1970s, labeled in slang as ‘disco biscuits,’ and known for their capacity to increase sexual arousal.”

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