Bill Cosby Admits Purchasing Quaaludes In 2005 Deposition!

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Bill Cosby has stayed relatively mum following the explosion of woman accusing him of sexual assault dating back to the 70’s, but during a 2005 deposition the comedian admitted purchasing Quaaludes for the purpose of sex with woman. According to the AP, Cosby said he has purchased the drug with young women he intended to have sex with and he also gave out sedatives to at leats one woman and “other people.”

The deposition was conducted in 2005 regarding another sexual assault case filed by a Temple University employee claiming Cosby gave her three half-pills of Benadryl. The case was settled in 2006.The AP wants the documents released, but Cosby’s lawyers had objected saying the deposition would embarrass their client.

The woman accusing Cosby of heinous and drugged assault were elated with the new revelation! Two of Bill Cosby’s accusers Barbara Bowman and Joan Tarshis, found relief in the documents. “It’s huge, ” Bowman told CNN. “I’ve worked so hard to tell my story and screamed my story onto deaf ears. So after 10 long years, it really was quite amazing to read my email today and it was like everything turned a 180 in a matter of a minute.” Tarshis added, “Now that the truth has come out, that he has bought drugs in order to drug women to have sex with them – I’m just so relieved that the truth has come out.”

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