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Bill Cosby admits giving drugs to teenagers; due in court today

Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby is due in court today after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejected an appeal to delay his trial. Cosby is charged with drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in his home outside of Philadelphia in 2004.

Cosby previously settled a civil suit filed by Constand. He contends that the district attorney at the time, Bruce L. Castor Jr., promised that Cosby would never face prosecution related to Constand’s allegations. The new district attorney, Kevin R. Steele, argues that no such agreement exists.

In depositions taken during the civil suit, Cosby admitted sex with a teenager, and said an agency sent him five or six young models a week around 2000.

Pa. Supreme Court won’t halt Cosby hearing, on Philly.com.

Bill Cosby DMITS to sexual encounters with teens and says agency sent him young models on a weekly basis in deposition released the day before he learns if sex assault case will go to trial, on DailyMail.co.uk.

See previous coverage on Lovefraud:

My Bill Cosby experience: Did I dodge a bullet?



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I’m very happy for the victims to finally have some type of justice. Praying the jury will see the truth that he is a evil predator and puts him in jail for the rest of his life!

Like all sociopath Cosby loves all the attention, he was smiling & waving while walking out of court….most likely prior to his trial he will hire a PR team to spin everything during his trail to make him look like the victim and sadly CNN will lap it turning his trial into a three ring circus.

Hopefully NO one will buy the bs especially Camille Cosby who I hope will be able to finally open her mind up from all the manipulation, gas lighting and brain washing Cosby has done to her for 50 plus years and she will finally leave her abuser!!

To all victims You have finally been heard!!! Thank goodness!!

Hi Donna, those 50 women have stated that there are many many many more that are none to them but those victims are afraid to go public. I have read that a sociopath has at least 100 victims.

Thank you for posting this I feel these victims should be heard and each time we post on this horrible injustice of Cosby & how he has gotten away with it his whole life…. they are heard. I hope they have found their way to your wonderful site Donna it’s a true blessing what you & Terry have done to open the minds of so many victims.

Hope Terry is doing much better these days.

Makes me feel so sick to see this. Not only was Bill a predator but look at all the people who craved his approval and sent him vulnerable victims, and then the DA who promised him that he would never face justice.
SEE why I say there is no such thing as justice? I have seen/experienced it… the conspiracies done to prevent victims from protecting themselves and/or stopping their perpetrators from doing the same to others.
And I feel SO ANGRY at those who say that Bill was obviously innocent or he would have been arrested years ago. BULLLLLLL!!!!

This is classic sociopathic behavior. Cosby trial just ended in a hung jury last week. The prosecutor says he will re-try this case. This is Cosby’s sick & twisted mindset. It will send shivers up your spine:

(From the Daily Mail):

Bill Cosby is eager to get back to work now that his sexual assault case has ended in a mistrial, and the disgraced comedian already has a tour in the works according to his spokesperson.

Andrew Wyatt appeared on Good Day Alabama on Wednesday, and announced that the 79-year-old actor plans to host a series of town halls educating teenagers, young athletes and even married men about how to avoid being charged with a sex crime.

It was then revealed by Wyatt that one of those town halls would be taking place ‘some time in July’ in Birmingham.

Wyatt appeared on the show along with Camille Cosby’s spokesperson and fellow Alabama native Ebonee Benson in their first televised interview since the case ended in a mistrial on Saturday.

At one point, the host of the show, Janice Rogers, said of these proposed town halls: ‘Is it sort of a do as I say not as I do thing?’

The reference to Cosby’s infidelities with a number of other women and admission to giving some of those women Quaaludes caused both Wyatt and Benson to burst out in laughter.

Reason: ‘The laws are changing, the statute of limitations for victims of sexual assault are being extended, so this is why people need to be educated,’ said Ebonee Benson (above)

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‘We’re going to talk to young people because this is bigger than Bill Cosby,’ explained Wyatt.

‘This issue can affect any young person, especially young athletes of today, and they need to know what they’re facing when they’re hanging out and partying, when they’re doing certain things that they shouldn’t be doing.’
He then added: ‘And it also affects married men.’

Benson then hopped in to explain the dangers facing young people when ti comes to the subject of sex crimes.

‘The laws are changing, the statute of limitations for victims of sexual assault are being extended, so this is why people need to be educated on a brush against the shoulder,’ said Benson.

‘Because anything at this point can be considered sexual assault and it is a good thing to be educated about the laws.’

On the topic of law, Wyatt said early in the interview that he was not surprised at all with the verdict in the case.

‘[Cosby] has always said, “I don’t want people coming in deciding if I’m guilty or innocent. I don’t want them to take that stance. I want them to hear the truth,”‘ said Wyatt.

‘And I knew that once they heard the truth it was either going to be a mistrial or a verdict of not guilty.’

He claimed that there was ‘so many inconsistencies in Ms. Constand’s testimony.’
Wyatt then added: ‘She gave a different testimony to the Toronto police
department and then to Montgomery County and then to the DA Castor at that time, which is why they decided not to press charges [in 2005].’

He also claimed the 52 hours that the jury tried to come to a verdict last week was the ‘longest deliberation ever in the history of Montgomery County’
As for his client, Cosby is doing better than ever according to Wyatt.

‘He’s great, I talked to him this morning,’ said the spokesperson.

‘He was excited to go home – and his life was at stake, his freedom was at stake – to go home and spend time with Mrs. Cosby and the children and just celebrate Father’s Day’

Free: Cosby will be back in court in as soon as four months as the DA attempts to quickly retry the comedian in the case (alleged victim Andrea Constand leaving court on Saturday)

Cosby was just as happy as he walked out of the courthouse with Wyatt on Saturday, who raised a single fist in the air and declared that the comedian’s ‘power’ was back.

He also quoted Huey P. Newton, the co-founder of the Black Panthers, by stating: ‘Power is the ability to define phenomena, and make it act in a desired manner.’
Then, to close it out, he attacked those who represented the women accusing Cosby.

‘The jurors, they used their power to speak, and Mr. Cosby’s power is back,’ said Wyatt.

‘So the legacy didn’t go anywhere, it has been restored. And for all those attorneys who conspired like Gloria Allred, tell them to go back to law school and take another class.’

Camille Cosby, the comedian’s seldom-heard-from wife, also jumped into the fray with a statement of her own, which was read outside the courthouse by Benson and later posted on her husband’s Twitter account.

In it , she called District Attorney Steele ‘heinously and exploitevly ambitious,’ Judge O’Neill ‘overtly arrogant and collaborating with the district attorney,’ the media as ‘blatantly vicious entities that continually disseminated intentional omissions of truths for the primary purpose of greedily selling sensationalism at the expense of a human life.’

She did not attack the accusers, but did label their legal counsel as ‘totally unethical.’

Benson spoke about Camille’s statement in her interview on Wednesday.
‘It was a very direct statement. It was a very truthful and pure statement,’ said Benson.

‘I think the feedback only came from those who did not come and listen for the evidence for themselves.’

Benson also said in the interview that Cosby’s relationship with Constand, which she states was rape and he describes as a mutual affection, helped him in the case even though it revealed he had cheated on his wife.

‘I think [the jury] definitely thought about it, because this case, this trial happened years before we made it into a courtroom,’ said Benson.

‘This trial sort of played out in the eyes of the media, so public opinion was definitely a factor.’

She went on to say: ‘I think seeing Mrs Cosby in the courtroom the day that she did come, on closing arguments, and also hearing that statement from her afterwards, I think that resonated with the jury.

‘It took away the celebrity aspect and made them more like regular people.’
Benson then closed out by explaining: ‘Everyone has issues in a marriage, everyone has problems in a marriage.’

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