The New York Times reported Saturday night that in a deposition 10 years ago for a lawsuit filed by a woman who said he drugged and molested her, Bill Cosby gave graphic details about his calculated pursuits of young women.
The report says the deposition took place in a Philadelphia hotel room over the course of four days, and that Cosby came across as "alternately annoyed, mocking, occasionally charming and sometimes boastful, often blithely describing sexual encounters in graphic detail."
Earlier this month, a 62-page memorandum of law in the case was unsealed containing excerpts from the deposition-- including Cosby's acknowledgment that he had used quaaludes in his efforts to have sex with different women. The New York Times reports they obtained the deposition report after a confidentiality clause was lifted at the woman's attorney's request.
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Cosby has not been charged, and has repeatedly denied the allegations against him.
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