Among the atrocious ways that Bill Cosby allegedly manipulated women into taking drugs in order to have sexual relations, he feigned concern over a woman’s father’s cancer in order to gain intimacy.
This was part of the shocking, ground-quaking deposition that Bill Cosby reportedly admitted to in 2005 in a Philadelphia hotel prowling attractive, young women into their most vulnerable states in order to gain unearned sexual gratification from them.
The New York Times reported on the complete deposition that the Associated Press originally filed to gain access to the “sealed” legal documents of the lawsuit against the comedy and TV legend whose image of “America’s Dad” has been splintered into a thousand pieces.
Among the other revelations in a 1,000-page deposition, according to the Times:
- Cosby paid off women to keep the illicit sexual affairs from his wife, including continual payments and pay for their education.
- He says the drugs and sex were consensual.
- “He talked of the 19-year-old aspiring model who sent him her poem and ended up on his sofa, where, Mr. Cosby said, she pleasured him with lotion,” The NYT wrote
- “He spoke with casual disregard about ending a relationship with another model so he could pursue other women. “Moving on,” was his phrase,” The Times reported.
The question of how “sealed” legal document could suddenly be unveiled to the public is another matter and probably sends chills down the spine of millions of Americans who have a variety of issues “sealed” for infinity.
According to CNN and NYT, even though both were bound by a confidentiality agreement not to speak, these two publications state the deposition were not “sealed”
However, now that the matter has been served for public consumption and subjects the media mogul to intense scrutiny.
This all began when Cosby, who was revered at Temple University, reportedly spotted the college’s basketball manager Andrea Constand, and began seducing her through his fame, mentor efforts and dinners, multiple media outlets reported.
The episode that first began the tumbling of a “untouchable” titan such as Cosby began last year when comedian Hannibal called Cosby a “rapist” during one of his acts, which quickly began a domino affect of dozens of women coming out about similar encounters with Cosby during the 1970s and early 80s. Cosby has never been charged for any crime of this nature and continues to deny them through his lawyer and publicist team.
Despite his silence, Cosby’s once impregnable image has been torpedoed into near ruin.