Documents have surfaced from an unsealed 2005 report revealing what’s been suspected about Bill Cosby for a long time. Under sworn testimony given in his first lawsuit against Andrea Constand, the comedian stated that he acquired quaaludes with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to have sex with.
The documents also state that Cosby’s lawyers insisted two of the accusers knew they were taking quaaludes from the comedian. While not a full confirmation of the rape allegations by the comedian, it’s a big smoking gun and implies Cosby intended to at least attempt to alter the state of women before having sex with them. The current question is whether this was a voluntary or involuntary action performed by both parties. However, where there’s smoke, there’s usually fire. What we are sure of is that it’s definitely not helping the comedian in the court of public opinion and just another in a long line of bruises to the shred of good-guy image the comedian has left and spent his entire career cultivating. Read More