Bill Cosby Admitted in 2005 to Acquiring Drugs to Feed Women for Sex

Unearthed, decade-old testimony reveals Cosby gave women drugs for sex

Today, the Associated Press obtained documents relating to comedian Bill Cosby‘s testimony for a sexual-abuse lawsuit filed against him by a former Temple University employee. Cosby served as a member of their board of trustees until he resigned in December amid a resurgence of what turned out to be over 30 sexual assault allegations.

The case was settled for an undisclosed amount in 2006, and while under oath, Cosby testified that he had given the employee in question 3.5 Benadryl pills. Elsewhere in his testimony, Cosby revealed that he had acquired Quaaludes, a sedative-hypnotic drug, and given them to at least one women and “other people.” He claimed he’d acquired the drug with the intent of giving them to potential sex partners.

Here’s the original Associated Press report.

 

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