On Friday, Bill Cosby was deposed for 7½ hours at an undisclosed location in Boston, attorney Gloria Allred said at a news conference Saturday.
But the lawyer’s not done yet: Allred, who represents accuser Judy Huth, would like to depose him a second time, she said in a statement provided to PEOPLE.
“We’ll be filing motions with the court in connection with the deposition,” Allred said. “We’ll also be seeking to take a further deposition of Mr. Cosby at a later date.”
The normally effusive Allred could not answer questions or do more than read a prepared statement about Cosby’s testimony due to a protective order by the judge.
More than 50 women have now accused the entertainer of drugging and/or sexually assaulting them. One of them is Huth, who filed a civil suit saying he sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion in 1974 when she was 15.
Cosby’s deposition will be sealed for at least 60 days, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled on Wednesday. However, the testimony could be made public after Dec. 22, when a hearing on the matter will be held. CLICK FOR MORE