Bill Cosby Drugged Women with Sedatives to Have Sex

Bill Cosby Drugged Women with Sedatives to Have Sex
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8 July 2015
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The documents are part of a lawsuit the actor faced 10 years ago, when a woman accused him of sexual assault after being drugged.

“When you got the quaaludes, was it in your mind that you were going to use these quaaludes for young women that you wanted to have sex with?” the prosecution lawyer had then asked Cosby.

The actor had answered yes to the question.

The case was closed after an out-of-court settlement over an undisclosed sum, but the current revelations come at a time when the 77-year-old actor is facing dozens of allegations from women who claim to have been abused by him.

On May 21, well known ex-model Janice Dickinson filed a complaint against Cosby for slander, after she accused him last November of sexually abusing her years ago, an accusation the actor denies.

Dickinson, 60, accused Cosby of causing her “emotional distress” after he denied having assaulted her in 1982, after a dinner together at Lake Tahoe in Nevada.

During the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s, the actor was an iconic comedian who appeared on U.S. television with the hugely popular “The Cosby Show.”

The show was broadcast by the NBC network, which announced it will no longer work with the actor following the sexual scandals.

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