- The Prosecution of Pennsylvania may use one for himself from Bill Cosby incriminating statement yet in the criminal case against the comedian. This has given Montgomery County court Monday.
In 2005, Andrea Constand accused the comedian of having drugged her and then assaulted. In a statement about his sexual history Cosby said he gave young women drugs and drink and then have sex with them. This would be done by mutual consent.
The defense was this statement from Cosby issued only because it was promised that he would not be indicted. The court, however, he not promised that this would never happen.
The disclosure of the statement was in 2015 for OM reason to reopen the criminal case of Constand. The judge must now decide whether the plaintiffs other women who accused Cosby of sexual abuse may call the witness stand.