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Sunday, 26 July 2015

Bill Cosby obtained drugs from a gynecologist to rape young, struggling models



More lurid details from Bill Cosby’s deposition, in the 2005 sexual assault lawsuit against him, have come to light. According to the Washington Post, Cosby specifically requested young and struggling models:
He wanted to dine in his dressing room with young fashion models. But not just any girls. He had a specific type in mind.
They should be from out-of-town and “financially not doing well,” Bill Cosby told Sue Charney, a New York modeling agency owner. Not making it big yet, but full of potential.
Cosby also worked really hard to keep his disgusting proclivities on the down low.
Cosby sketches the outlines of a loosely connected network of people he taps to directly or indirectly support his extramarital “rendezvous” and keep sexual-assault accusations secret. Among those were lawyers who could quash unfavorable news stories or pressure media organizations and modeling agency directors who introduced him to women. There’s also a doctor who prescribes Quaaludes that Cosby admits to giving to one woman who later accused him of sexual assault, as well as to other women.
The doctor in question is Leroy Amar, a deceased gynecologist.
In the transcript, Cosby says he received seven prescriptions for Quaaludes, all of which were obtained from Amar, a gynecologist, ostensibly for a sore back.
“Did he know when he gave you those prescriptions that you had no intention of taking them?” a lawyer asked Cosby in the 2005 deposition.
“Yes,” the entertainer replied.
“Did you believe at that time that it was illegal for you to dispense those drugs?”
“Yes,” Cosby answered.
How did he drug these girls?
In the deposition, Cosby describes the night as a passionate encounter. He says he gave her 1 1/2 Benadryl tablets, after breaking one of the tablets in half, leaving three half tablets.
“I have three friends for you to make you relax,” he testifies that he told her.
Cosby also had a weird way of keeping these women quiet.
In the deposition, Cosby talks about using promises of payments to appease women with whom he had sex or to dissuade them from talking. He sometimes sets up elaborate monetary reward systems, including offering to pay one of his future sexual-assault accusers — Therese Serignese — $500 for every “A” grade she got at nursing school. Many years after making that promise, he says he sent her a check for $5,000. He also funneled another $5,000 to her through his William Morris talent agent, Tom Illius, who is now deceased.
With Constand, he offered to pay for graduate school and campus housing, but there was a catch: “We will pick up the tab,” he said, “but she must maintain a 3.0 GPA.”
Still think Bill Cosby is not a filthy rapist?

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