Camille Cosby isn't off the hook!
While Camille was recently granted a delay in her deposition, a judge ordered that Bill Cosby's wife MUST be deposed on February 22. Cosby will be asked questions regarding Bill's defamation lawsuit filed by seven different women.
For those who don't know, the women are fighting back against the comedian after he called them liars over their allegations of sexual assault. Even though B.C. has countersued, the case is still moving forward.
Essentially, the alleged victims want a judge to force Camille to answer questions about the actor's non-martial sexual partners and the dates of those encounters since 1968. The group believes Mrs. Cosby has vital information to their cases.
The mother originally appealed the request citing she's protected by Massachusetts' spousal disqualification rule which allows conversations between spouses to remain private. A judge has since denied that request.
Now that Camille will be deposed on February 22, Bill's deposition has been moved to the following month.
We're VERY curious to hear what she has to say!
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