Now we know why Bill Cosby’s fought so hard to have his 2005 sworn testimony withheld from the public, as it reveals the fading icon purchased Quaaludes to use on women he wanted to have sex with. The lawsuit was launched by Andrea Constand who met Cosby when she started working at Temple University, he has since resigned from the school’s board of trustees.
In the transcripts Constand’s lawyer asked Cosby, “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?
“Yes,” admitted Cosby.
The fallout continues for the 77-year-old comedian who has now been accused of sexual assault, including rape and battery, by over 20 women. In addition to losing numerous endorsements he’s also lost the support of longtime fans including Jill Scott who infamously defended him when the allegations first broke. She recently retracted stating, “His own testimony offers proof of terrible deeds.”
So far there’s been no comment from the Cosby camp except from publicist David Brokaw who advised, “We have no no plans to issue a statement.”