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But just ahead of his day in court in the case filed by alleged victim Andrea Constand, excerpts from the actor's 2005 and 2006 deposition have been released.
It was in them that he admitted to giving quaaludes to teens before sexual acts, and that he was sent models on a weekly basis by an agency. He alleges to giving them "a very, very good meal."
In one specific instance, Bill spoke of his encounter with 19-year-old Therese Serignese in Las Vegas back in 1976, saying he didn't know if she was "in the position to consent to intercourse" after being given he drugs. He shared:
"She meets me backstage. I give her quaaludes. We then have sex."
The 78-year-old even explained to Andrea's lawyer at the time, Dolores Troiani, during the deposition:
Troiani: "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?"
Cosby also described a sexual encounter with another teen in 2000, where he had her masturbate him with lotion.
There was also another admission of his encounter with an unnamed 19-year-old actress who reported him to New York police but never pressed charges.
The controversial star explained:
"I fed her dinner, gave her three drinks. We went then to the living room. We went through acting, elementary moves. We then went to the sofa. We laid down together. I was behind her."
His deposition continued:
Troiani: "Are you aware that the woman's statement was that on the night of the dinner at your New York townhouse, 'At some point Cosby and the woman were sitting on a sofa and Cosby was massaging her back?'"
Troiani: "'Cosby then lowered his pants in an effort to receive oral sex?'"
Cosby: "'In an effort to receive oral sex,' that did not happen."
Troiani: "'The woman rebuffed Cosby's advances and was immediately sent home, driven by Cosby's driver?'"
Cosby: "And that is not true."
Considering the excerpts have been released just ahead of the preliminary hearing, it will be very interesting to find out what happens tomorrow.
The judge will decide whether the case will go to trial.
We'll keep you updated on any new developments.
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