Camille Cosby Never Read Deposition in Which Bill Cosby Admits to Offering Women Quaaludes, New Court Docs Say

March 9, 2016


Camille Cosby has never read her husband Bill’s deposition in which he admitted to offering Quaaludes to women he wanted to have sex with, according to new court filings this week.

The filings also show that Camille has not read Andrea Constand’s criminal complaint against her husband and that she refused to answer 166 questions at her Feb. 22 deposition.

Camille was subpoenaed by attorney Joseph Cammarata, who is representing former attorney Tamara Green and six other women who allege they were drugged and/or sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby then later defamed by his representatives.

Cosby, 78, has denied these allegations as well as similar ones from more than 50 women.

Under questioning over several hours, Camille, 71, said she learned of the defamation case “through my husband” and was “somewhat” familiar with the allegations against him, according to court documents. (Portions of Camille’s deposition were released in a motion filed by Bill Cosby’s lawyers, who are asking to suspend the defamation case until his criminal case is concluded.) CLICK FOR MORE



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