The Death of Bill Cosby, Dr. Huxtable & Fat Albert … According to Deposition, Drugs and Fame Helped Him Seduce Women (Hmm, Wouldn’t That be Rape, Not Seduce?)
The story of Dr. Huxtable and Mr. Hyde.
Until the sexual assault accusations continued to piled up last year, Bill Cosby had been one of America’s most beloved comedians, after a successful career that included stand-up, the 1980′s hit NBC sitcom, ‘The Cosby Show’ where he was everyone’s favorite dad, Dr. Cliff Huxtable and those popular and whimsical commercials for Jell-O (VIDEO). All that has now changed and changed it has. Over the course of the past 6 or 7 months, some two dozen woman have come forward to accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault. As they say, they all can’t be lying. Sadly, the more we learn of what Bill Cosby had done in the past when it came to women, we find out that it was true. In a recently released deposition from 2005, we further learned that Cosby had admitted obtaining Quaaludes in the 1970s to give to young women with whom he wanted to have sex. Exactly what so many of the women who have accused Cosby of. I guess this can be considered complete vindication by for all of his female accusers.
I guess all woman needed to see what both of Bill Cosby’s Hands were doing at the same time and not just holding Jello puffing pops
Read Court docs HERE.
He was not above seducing a young model by showing interest in her father’s cancer. He promised other women his mentorship and career advice before pushing them for sex acts. And he tried to use financial sleight of hand to keep his wife from finding out about his serial philandering.
Bill Cosby admitted to all of this and more over four days of intense questioning 10 years ago at a Philadelphia hotel, where he defended himself in a deposition for a lawsuit filed by a young woman who accused him of drugging and molesting her.
Even as Mr. Cosby denied he was a sexual predator who assaulted many women, he presented himself in the deposition as an unapologetic, cavalier playboy, someone who used a combination of fame, apparent concern and powerful sedatives in a calculated pursuit of young women — a profile at odds with the popular image he so long enjoyed, that of father figure and public moralist.
In the deposition, which Mr. Cosby has for years managed to keep private but was obtained by The New York Times, the entertainer comes across as alternately annoyed, mocking, occasionally charming and sometimes boastful, often blithely describing sexual encounters in graphic detail.
Bill Cosby said he had sexual relationships with at least five women and tried to hide the affairs from his wife, the New York Times reported Saturday.
The paper told CNN it obtained a copy of the deposition where Cosby said he obtained seven prescriptions for the sedative Quaaludes from a Los Angeles doctor, ostensibly for a bad back, but really to give to young women he partied with. He said the sex and drug-taking were consensual, the Times reported.
The deposition was taken 10 years ago and stems from a civil lawsuit filed by Andrea Constand — one of the dozens of women who have publicly accused the comedian of sexual assault.
JUST CURIOUS, HAS ALL THINGS BILL COSBY BEEN REMOVED FROM EBAY, AMAZON AND STORES AS WELL AS HIS STAR FROM THE WALK OF SAME?