We never thought we'd actually hear him admit to it!
As you're probably aware, Bill Cosby has been under fire for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting as many as 45 women in his lengthy career as a comedian.
Well, as we previously reported, the 77-year-old was attempting to keep his court documents from September 2005 sealed because he didn't consider himself a public figure…
But the records of Andrea Constand, who was one of the first women to come out against the Cosby Show star in 2013, were just opened on Monday, and what was revealed was incredibly damning.
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In fact, Bill actually swore under oath a decade ago that he had purchased Quaaludes with the intent of drugging young women!
He said the report was embarrassing, but we didn't actually think they'd be that incriminating!
The exact wording of his admission was as follows:
"When you got the Quaaludes, was it in your mind that you were going to use these Quaaludes for young women that you wanted to have sex with?"
It's a pretty simple response, but it stands to verify everything those 45 women already knew to be true.
U.S. District Judge Eduardo Robreno opened the court records after the Associated Press filed a motion to see exactly how Bill's settlement with Andrea went down all those years ago.
It should be interesting to see how this admission affects the other cases against him!
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