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So this is what justice feels like?
That's because just days after a Pennsylvania judge ruled that the former funny man can be tried on criminal charges, 20/20 decided to shed even more light on his history of sexual assault with their Cosby on Trial special.
The hour-long ABC News report aired Friday night and featured several interviews with Bill's accusers, updates on the case itself, and some mighty fine reporting from Elizabeth Vargas!
We cannot wait to see how the rest of this story plays out.
Ch-ch-check out the best bits from Cosby on Trial (below)!!!
Amber Heard Felt Her 'Life Was In Danger' During Johnny Depp's Alleged Attacks — Remembers His 'Short Fuse' & 'Exceptionally Scary' Temper
The blonde beauty went to court to ask for — and ultimately receive — a restraining order against Johnny Depp, alleging that the eccentric actor would regularly beat her over the course of their 15-month marriage.
Their hips definitely don't lie!
Kanye West's wife wrote
Skrillex is standing by his song!
Casey Dienel — who performs under the name White Hinterland — filed a lawsuit alleging that the music producer and the superstar ripped off the 31-year-old's song Ring The Bell, saying they swiped "unique characteristics of the female vocal riff."
However, the 28-year-old is taking to Twitter to slam the suit, and even offered up video proof that he and cowriter Julia Michaels organically created their song's signature run, posting:
UPDATE! 9:06 PM EST: Kylie denies such claims. She wrote:
The free ride is over. Time to pay up!
A source said
Twitter Reacts To Amber Heard's Abuse Allegations Against Johnny Depp — Will Fans Boycott Alice Through The Looking Glass?
The blonde's court appearance comes only days after she filed for divorce from the eccentric actor, and actually on the very day of the theatrical release of his new movie, Alice Through The Looking Glass.
Social media users wrote:
Johnny Depp's Attorney Responds To Amber Heard's Domestic Abuse Claims & Her Temporary Restraining Order
Johnny Depp continues to maintain his innocence!
On Friday afternoon, Mr. Depp's lawyer released a statement against Amber Heard's domestic abuse claims. The actor also addressed the temporary restraining order a judge issued Heard following a dramatic court hearing.
Similarly to the 52-year-old's reply to A.H.'s divorce petition, the message denied all of his ex's allegations.
In short, the poppa's team strongly contends he never abused Heard, a position he feels is supported by the blonde's decision not to file a police report against him. Depp's team also pointed to an injury free Instagram picture the actress posted the day after their May 21 argument.
Take a look at the lawyer's response (below):