And today in “THIS BITCH,” Bill Cosby’s lawyers filed papers yesterday to block further release of the deposition where he admitted to buying Quaaludes to give to women for “sex” and made us all wet heave up our internal organs by bragging about all the “seduction techniques” he used on the young women he wanted to get with. The deposition Bill threw up was part of the lawsuit filed against him by Andrea Constand who accused him of drugging and assaulting her in early 2004. The case ended with a settlement. Bill’s lawyers are now crying that because his deposition was given to the media, the settlement agreement was violated. Bill Cosby’s lawyers want the rest of the settlement details (like how many stacks of $100 bills Cosby passed to Andrea) sealed and kept from public eyes. Cosby’s lawyers continued to diarrhea out a whine fest by saying that the media twisted what he said in the deposition to make him look like a sleazy rapist. I’m pretty sure Bill Cosby deserves all the credit for that, but whatever.
People says that even though Cosby admitted to giving women ludes, that doesn’t mean he drugged and raped them. One of Cosby’s lawyers, Patrick O’Connell, tried to school everyone on ludes by saying that many fancy people in the 70s used that shit for fun and sex. If ludes supposedly made sex better (although some say it makes it worse), why didn’t Bill Cosby take them too? I guess because it’s damn near impossible for two passed out people to have sex.
Summon those eye rolls, Patrick:
“Quaaludes were a highly popular recreational drug in the 1970s, labeled in slang as ‘disco biscuits’ and known for their capacity to increase sexual arousal. There are countless tales of celebrities, music stars, and wealthy socialites in the 1970s willingly using Quaaludes for recreational purposes and during consensual sex. Yet upon the unsealing of those excerpts, the media immediately pounced, inaccurately labeling the released testimony as defendant’s ‘confession’ of ‘drugging’ women and assaulting them. Reading the media accounts, one would conclude the defendant has admitted to rape. And yet defendant admitted to nothing more than being one of the many people who introduced Quaaludes into their consensual sex life in the 1970s.”
Andrea’s lawyer, Dolores Troiani, helped with the release of Bill Cosby’s deposition. The Associated Press requested the release of the deposition and Dolores filed the motion. She says that she wouldn’t have filed the motion if Bill Cosby didn’t repeatedly violate the settlement agreement by trying to “sway public opinion in his favor.”
You probably didn’t read most of that, because your eyeballs were blurred by the tears you shed over feeling sympathy for that gross lump of delusion named Bill Cosby. Poor, innocent Bill Cosby. He must feel so violated and victimized. Why won’t ANYBODY think of Bill Cosby?
UPDATE: TMZ says that Andrea’s lawyer is trying to get Bill Cosby’s entire deposition released to the public. The New York Times got a hold of the deposition, but they only published pieces of it. Cosby’s lawyers filed papers today saying that Andrea is breaking their confidentiality agreement and if she keeps trying to make his deposition public, he wants her to return the settlement money she got. Hmmm… This is weird. Bill Cosby is actually asking for something. I’m surprised he just doesn’t drug Andrea’s checking account and take the money.