Judge Rules Bill Cosby's Wife Camille Can Be Deposed Again, But Scolds Opposing Lawyer for 'Crossing the Line' with Personal Questions


Camille Cosby can be deposed for a second time as part of a defamation lawsuit filed by seven women against her husband, Bill Cosby, a federal judge ruled Tuesday after a 90-minute hearing in a Worcester, Massachusetts courtroom.

The second deposition will take place on April 19 in Boston. The first deposition took place on February 22 in Springfield, Massachusetts and lasted a full day.

Camille’s lawyers had filed a motion asking the judge to cancel the second deposition or limit the questions attorney Joseph Cammarata can ask, saying he asked “offensive” questions about her sexual relations with her husband, her politics and the death of their son, Ennis.

For the second deposition, U.S. Magistrate Judge David Hennessy said the questioning will be limited to five hours and 45 minutes, and he put restrictions on the types of questions that will be allowed. CLICK FOR MORE


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