Bill Cosby's wife — Camille Cosby — is keeping her mouth shut.
As we reported on Wednesday, the comedian was booked for one charge of aggravated indecent assault against Andrea Constand at his Philadelphia home in 2004.
On the same exact day he was arraigned, The Cosby Show actor's spouse filed legal documents — obtained by Daily Mail Online — that would prevent her from having to testify!
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Prior to this event, the 71-year-old was accused by seven of Cosby's alleged victims– Tamara Green, Therese Serignese, Linda Traitz, Louisa Moritz, Barbara Bowman, Joan Tarshis, and Angela Leslie — of possibly providing her husband prescription sedatives that he used during the attacks.
The counsel for these women also want to grill Camille on whether or not she knew about the stand-up's infidelity.
Not only does she deny ever obtaining or providing said drugs, going under oath against Bill would violate the Massachusetts' spousal disqualification rule. Essentially, this law states that a husband and wife don't have to testify against each other, or share information from private conversations.
Miz Cosby also claims she had no first-hand knowledge of these alleged affairs, nor did she ever see them. Bill has counter-sued these seven women, claiming they are fabricating their stories.
We just hope justice is brought down on anyone who breaks the law!
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