Bill Cosby admitted paying women for sex using power, pills
July 19, Washington: American comedian Bill Cosby admitted paying women off after persuading them into sex, having pursued them by using his powerful position in the entertainment industry and affecting a concern for their future, as well as offering them sedating drugs, according to testimony obtained by the New York Times.
The New York Times today released excerpts of a lawsuit deposition Bill Cosby gave under oath a decade ago. The lawsuit was lodged by a former university worker in Philadelphia who claimed he drugged and molested her.
Cosby, 78, is now facing a series of sexual assault accusations. However, he has denied the claims.
The New York Times reported the relatives on Saturday after obtaining a copy of a transcript from a deposition Cosby gave in lawsuit filed by a former employee at Temple University who alleges he drugged and molester her.
The New York Times said it has obtained the deposition on which those court papers were based, in which more details are given.
Cosby was questioned for four days in 2005 and 2006 in a Philadelphia hotel, and the deposition of close to 1,000 pages was formed.
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