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Bill Cosby Confession: He Used Fame, Drugs to Seduce Women

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A deposition in a 2006 sexual assault case amounts to what many are calling a confession. (Eric Thayer/Reuters)

By    |   Monday, 20 Jul 2015 07:07 AM

Bill Cosby's deposition in a 2006 sexual assault case amounts to what many are calling a confession that he used a combination of fame and sedative drugs to pursue young women.

The New York Times published excerpts from the newly unsealed 62-page deposition transcript, in which Cosby answers tough questions posed by an attorney.

When asked if one of his alleged victims from 1976, Therese Serignese, was truly able to consent to sex after he gave her Quaaludes, Cosby confessed, "I don't know."

In relation to a more recent accuser, Andrea Constand, former director of operations of Temple University’s women’s basketball team, Cosby said he coached her on what to tell her mother about their sexual relations.

"Tell your mother about the orgasm. Tell your mother how we talked," he claims to have told her. Cosby explained to the lawyer that he had used his fame and business connections to become a sort of mentor to Constand over the course of several years.

One night at his Pennsylvania home, Cosby said he gave her one and a half tablets of Benadryl to reliever her stress, and that they then kissed and had sexual contact.

Eventually, Constand moved home to Canada, and Cosby ended up speaking to her mother, who was concerned about the relations, and called it "a mother’s nightmare."

That's when Cosby began to coach Constand on what to tell her mother, something that would make him seem like less of a "dirty old man," he said.

At times, Cosby seemed casual in explaining how he seduced women outside of his marriage.

"I think you’re making light of a very serious situation," Dolores M. Troiani, Constand's lawyer, said at one point.

"That may very well be," Cosby replied.

 


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