Bill Cosby Admits He Gave Woman Quaaludes Then Had Sex in Newly Released 2005 Court Papers

 

Ten years ago, Bill Cosby said he gave Quaaludes to a young woman he then had sex with and “other people” as well, according to court documents unsealed Monday by a Pennsylvania judge.

“I meet Ms. [name redacted] in Las Vegas,” Cosby said in the deposition. “She meets me back stage. I give her Quaaludes. We then have sex. ”

The woman was 19 at the time and a masseuse at a health club in Las Vegas, according to the documents obtained by PEOPLE.

Cosby said he had seven prescriptions for Quaaludes in the 1970s, according to portions of his deposition in the 2005 lawsuit filed by former Temple University employee Andrea Constand.

He kept those Quaaludes into the ’80s, ’90s and year 2000, his attorney, Patrick O’Connor, said in the court documents. CLICK FOR MORE

 

 

 

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