More drama with Cosby depositions
Camille Cosby in 2000. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.
Bill Cosby’s lawyers sought to prevent his wife, Camille Cosby, from sitting for a deposition early this week and filed an emergency motion Saturday to delay it.
Who can blame her for not wanting to sit for a deposition? Remember what happened when her husband sat for one? It was published by the New York Times last July. In it, Cosby defended himself for a lawsuit filed by a young woman who accused him of drugging and molesting her.
A lawyer for seven women who say Mr. Cosby defamed them, Joseph Cammarata, said Mrs. Cosby was questioned under oath for two and a half hours in a hotel in Springfield, Mass., and that her deposition will continue March 14.
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