Bill Cosby Admitted Having Sex With Teenagers In Deposition
Last week, Camille Cosby did her wifely duty and refused to answer questions during a deposition with a lawyer representing seven of Bill Cosby’s alleged victims because, as we’ve already established, Camille is of the mind that those bitches were asking for it. Which makes it all the more spectacular that the AP just released a new transcript from Bill Cosby’s deposition during Andrea Constand’s 2005 lawsuit where he admits to having sex with teen models and paying them hush money so Camille wouldn’t find out.
Cosby says that while he was filming one of his sitcoms, an agency would send “five or six” models to his studio each week. He says he would give the struggling, young actresses “a very, very good meal.” He describes a sexual encounter he had with one of them in 2000.
Q: She says that just days after … she told you that she did not drink, you told her to come over to (your townhouse) and served her amaretto. Do you recall serving her amaretto?
Q: That you told her to sit next to you on the couch and that you put your arm around her and began massaging her shoulder and arms suggestively. Did that occur? … This occurred sometime after you met her parents.
A: I need clarification on time.
Q: She’s 17 and I believe throughout the time she knows you she becomes 18 or 19.
Q: On a later occasion you had her masturbate you with lotion. Did that ever happen?
Q: (She) used the lotion to rub your penis and make you ejaculate?
And that was Bill Cosby saying “Bingo” to describe the time a teen model jerked him off because you’re living your best life. And now for the part where his agent made with the hush money and the Theo.
In paying Therese Serignese, Cosby acknowledges the money would flow through his representatives at the William Morris agency.
Q: So, was the purpose of that to disguise —
Q: I have to finish my question. Was to disguise that you were paying money to Therese?
Q: Who were you preventing from knowing that?
A: Mrs. Cosby.
Keep answering “No opinion,” Camille. It’s going great.