It seems as though Bill Cosby wasn't happy with his legal representation.
The scandalized actor has fired his high-profile lawyer Martin Singer, not long after the 78-year-old was deposed for a sexual assault case filed by Judy Huth.
In the lawsuit, she alleges that in 1974 the comedian forced her to perform a "sex act" on him at the Playboy Mansion without her permission. At the time, she was only 15.
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Although we have to wait until December for a judge to decide if the transcript will be sealed or accessible to the public, Judy's lawyer Gloria Allred has made it clear that she intends to interview the actor under oath again!
Meanwhile, he could also be deposed in his suit with Janice Dickinson!
Plus, the Cosby Show star is also facing a defamation lawsuit filed by Tamara Green, Therese Serignese, and Linda Traitz.
Considering he's dropped his attorney in the midst of these ongoing legal battles, it could mean things weren't going his way regarding these cases.
Bill has replaced his long-time lawyer with the firm Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, which is the largest legal establishment in the world specializing in business litigation and arbitration.
It will be interesting to see how his cases go, now that he's under new representation.
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