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Gloria Allred: I'll Scour Bill Cosby '05 Deposition on Drugging Women

Gloria Allred: I'll Scour Bill Cosby '05 Deposition on Drugging Women
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By    |   Wednesday, 08 July 2015 05:21 PM

Famed lawyer Gloria Allred says she'll pour through a damning 2005 deposition from Bill Cosby in which he allegedly admits drugging a woman to have sex – and use the data to get "long overdue" justice for a woman whose civil lawsuit alleges "America's dad" molested her in 1974.

In an interview Wednesday with "The Hard Line" host Ed Berliner on Newsmax TV, Allred, who represents more than a dozen Cosby accusers, says Judy Huth, who alleges the comedian attacked her at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles when she was 15 years old, "wants her day in court."

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Her lawsuit is currently before the California Supreme Court, which is considering whether to accept the lawsuit for review, Allred said.

"Mr. Cosby has not wanted this to be in court," she said. "He has tried to get this case dismissed, it was not dismissed at the lower court, he sent a petition to California Court of Appeals, they declined to review it… but Mr. Cosby then filed a petition for a review with the California Supreme Court."

"Hopefully that's going to be soon, and we vigorously are going to represent Judith Huth because she wants her day in court, she wants justice, and it's long overdue for her," Allred added.

Even if the Supreme Court declines, Allred noted the lawsuit will go back to the lower court "and then I want to take his deposition, and I want to ask him about these latest admissions in this deposition from 2005 that he used Quaaludes [with one woman] and then obtained prescriptions, seven prescriptions, for Quaaludes with the intent to have sex with other young women."

"I'm going to have to read a couple hundred pages of the (2005) deposition, which I'm very interested in and I'm going to look at, I also want to see other documents which hopefully are going to be released from that case," she said.

The documents, dating back to 2005, stem from a civil lawsuit filed by former Temple University employee Andrea Constand, one of the dozens of women who have accused the comedian of sexual assault. The records were made public earlier this week.

Although the prosecutor at the time, Bruce Castor, declined to bring charges against Cosby, he's now saying if elected Montgomery County, Pa., district attorney, he'll review the unsealed court documents to see if there’s evidence Cosby perjured himself.

Allred dismissed the vow as "trying to take the spotlight off the fact that he didn't prosecute."

"There were a lot of other people that he could have talked to," she said. "Did he talk to all of them? There were a lot of Jane Does in that case. Did he talk to them? Because some of them alleged something similar to what Andrea Constand was alleging."

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Famed lawyer Gloria Allred says she'll pour through a damning 2005 deposition from Bill Cosby in which he allegedly admits drugging a woman to have sex – and use the data to get "long overdue" justice for a woman whose civil lawsuit alleges "America's dad" molested her in 1974.
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