Bill Cosby's Case Summary

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Bill Cosby admits to giving women Quaaludes and having sex with them. In the depostion obtained by the Los Angeles Times, Bill told how he seduced women with his money and fame. Andrea Constand filed a lawsuit against Bill in which she accused him of drugging and molesting her. Bill gave his sworn deposition in 2006, which lasted over four days in the Rittenhouse Hotel in Philadelphia. It is believed that Andrea was in the same room with Bill during part of his deposition. He believed he knew the unspoken ways that women used to signal their consent to having sex. He believes he can accurately read people and the emotions they feel. Andrea’s lawyer, Dolores M. Troiani, accused him of having a jovial manner for something so serious. Bill merely answered her with, “That may be.” His depostion was lengthy on what happened with Andrea. He said that he felt an instant romantic interest with Andrea when he saw her working at Temple University. Therefore, he invited her to his house. They had dinner together and they chatted about her goals and the problems going on in her life. Bill described himself as a mentor with Andrea being the mentee. Because he had experience, contacts, and fame, he offered his help. At times, their relationship would leave…show more content…
Bill accounts of another intimate dinner he had with Andrea at his Pennsylvania home. They had Cognac, romantic lighting and a fire. They went to the back porch out of view of his chef. Bill said, “I take her hair and I pull it back and I have her face like this. And I’m talking to her ...And I talked to her about relaxing, being strong. And I said to her, come in, meaning her body.” He insists that their bodies didn’t touch, but were inches apart. He sensed that she didn’t want him at that time. However, at the next dinner they had together, they had a “sexual moment” and she had “a glow” about her, but he denies that they had
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