bill cosby sexual assault deposition
Just when you though Dr. Huxtable couldn’t stoop any lower……
A recently released 2005 deposition reveals the truly sickening pattern of behavior, and even worse, seemingly sociopathic personality, self-deception and arrogance, of Bill Cosby.
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As Popdust previously reported, the deposition relates to a civil case brought against Cosby by Andrea Constand, a Temple University basketball manager, who claims the comedian drugged and sexually abused her back in 2005.
Cosby denied the sex was non-consensual, but admitted to drugging Constand before intercourse, to help relieve the "stress"—he ultimately settled the case for an undisclosed amount.
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In the damning document, which encompasses four days of intense questioning by Constand's attorney, the 78-year-old testified about several sexual interludes with young women, including a 19-year-old model who masturbated him with lotion.
He admitted to seducing another
victim lucky lady by pretending to be concerned over her dad’s cancer diagnosis. Promising assistance in his victims’ object of desire's acting and modeling careers was another tactic he typically employed.
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In the deposition, obtained in full by The New York Times, Cosby said that offering girls Quaaludes was just like offering them a drink, and that they took the drug willingly.
Cosby was then asked if he thought a woman was capable of giving consent under the influence of the drug... “I don't know,” he answered.
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When pressed as to his philosophy on sex, Cosby said he tended to refrain from going the full way at first, so as to protect women's feelings—fearing sex would make them fall in love with him.
Cosby went on to explain that, he believed, the act of sexual intercourse “is something that I feel the woman will succumb to more of a romance and more of a feeling, not love, but it’s deeper than a playful situation.”
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According to the
totally delusional skilled Lothario, he wooed Constand for some time—also acting as her mentor—before finally drugging her and raping her making "love to her" after kindly providing her with one-and-a-half tablets of "stress relieving" Benadryl in her drink following dinner at his home in Pennsylvania. [Constand's lawyer disputed it was just Benadryl that Cosby gave her client, insisting it was a much stronger sedative].
When asked why he believed sex with the drugged Constand was consensual, Cosby explained, "I walk her out. She does not look angry. She does not say to me, don’t ever do that again. She doesn’t walk out with an attitude of a huff, because I think that I’m a pretty decent reader of people and their emotions in these romantic sexual things, whatever you want to call them."
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The deposition shows that 13 other women came forward with sworn statements to support Constand, claiming they too had been sexually assaulted by Cosby in some way.
But, for his part, Cosby was so chillingly nonchalant during the depo, that Constand's lawyer once remarked, "I think you're making light of a very serious situation."
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Cosby responded, "That may very well be."
To date, Cosby has not been charged with any crime—at least forty women have now come forward with matching accusations of drugged sexual assault.
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SICKENING. JUST SICKENING......
Famous Female Rape Apologists—From Diane Keaton To Barbara Walters!
Serena Williams on Stuben rape victims: “Do you think it was fair, what they got? They did something stupid, but I don’t know. I’m not blaming the girl, but if you’re a 16-year-old and you’re drunk like that, your parents should teach you: don’t take drinks from other people. She’s 16, why was she that drunk where she doesn’t remember? It could have been much worse. She’s lucky. Obviously I don’t know, maybe she wasn’t a virgin, but she shouldn’t have put herself in that position, unless they slipped her something, then that’s different.”
Mia Farrow testifying on behalf of Roman Polanski:
“Of his frame of mind when we were there, of what we talked about, of his utter sense of loss, of despair and bewilderment and shock and love - a love he had lost. Of this I can be sure. I would not have left him in Elaine's unattended without trusted friends ...”
Judy Finnegan on convicted rapist footballer Ched Evans:
“He’s served his time. The rape and I am not, please, by any means minimising any kind of rape – but the rape was not violent. He didn’t cause any bodily harm to the person. It was unpleasant, in a hotel room, I believe, and she was – she had far too much to drink. That is reprehensible, but he has been convicted and he has served his time. Now when he comes out, what are we supposed to do? Just actually refuse to let him do his job? Again, even though he has already been punished?”
Helen Mirren on convicted rapist Mike Tyson: "It’s such a tricky area, isn’t it? Especially if there is no violence. I mean, look at Mike Tyson. I don’t think he was a rapist. I guess it is one of the many subtle parts of the men/women relationship that has to be negotiated and worked out between them.”
Diane Keaton on Woody Allen:
"He's the strongest person I've met in my life. He's made of steel. And talk about a work ethic – he's one of the people that really did teach me that you have to work hard. But he wanted to. He's the most disciplined person I've known, with the exception of my dad... Oh, well, yes. I love him."
"I have nothing to say about that. Except: I believe my friend."
Debra Winger on Roman Polanski:
“We hope today this latest (arrest) order will be dropped. It is based on a three-decades-old case that is dead but for minor technicalities. We stand by him and await his release and his next masterpiece.
“We came to Zurich to honor Roman Polanski as a great artist but under these sad and arcane circumstances we can only think of him today as a human being uncertain of the year ahead. His life has always informed his art and it always will.”
Barbara Walters on Woody Allen:
"I have rarely seen a father as sensitive, as loving and as caring as Woody is and Soon-Yi to these two girls. I don't know about Dylan. I can only tell you what I have seen now. That it's a good marriage, and he's a loving, caring father. I think that has to be said."
Whoopi Goldberg on Roman Polanski and Samantha Geimer:
“I know it wasn't rape-rape. It was something else but I don't believe it was rape-rape. He went to jail and and when they let him out he was like "You know what this guy's going to give me a hundred years in jail I'm not staying, so that's why he left.”
Vanessa Bryant's husband (and meal ticket) Kobe raped a 19-year-old girl but Vanessa got a giant ring out of the incident, so clearly alls well that ends well there.