Bill Cosby is trying to get a pretty hefty refund!
The comedian's accuser Andrea Constand is pushing to have her entire deposition from 2005 — the one in which the 77-year-old admitted to buying Quaaludes with the intention of using them to have sex with women — to be unsealed and revealed to the public.
Now, the actor is responding by making legal moves of his own.
Bill says in the papers he's filed that Andrea shouldn't be allowed to break their confidentiality agreement from all those years ago, after he had paid her to settle the dispute back then.
His lawyers say that she should be required to return the settlement money — or at least a portion of it — if she continues to try to get the deposition out in the open.
This is very inneresting, considering Andrea is arguing that Bill and his legal team were the ones who breached the confidentiality clause by successfully petitioning that the victims' names be revealed.
What do U think of all this, Perezcious readers?
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