Bill Cosby Admitted To Drugging Women In Past Civil Case

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It has been in a downward spiral for Bill Cosby, ever since allegations of sexual assault by over two dozen women resurfaced last fall. 

After numerous “no comments” to the press, AP revealed on Monday that Cosby had admitted under oath that he used a sedative for the purpose of drugging women with whom he wanted to sleep with. The documents date back to 2005 from a civil lawsuit filed by former Temple University employee Andrea Constand, who publicly accused the now 77 year-old comedian of sexual assault. 

According to the documents obtained by AP under court permission, Cosby was asked by attorney Dolores Troiani: “When you got the quaaludes, was it in your mind that you were going to use these quaaludes for young women that you wanted to have sex with?”

Cosby’s answer? “Yes.”

The comedian’s attorney objected to his client answering whether the women took the drugs with or without their knowledge.

Cosby settled that specific sexual-abuse lawsuit for undisclosed terms in 2006.

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