Bill Cosby's lawyers appeal use of hearsay evidence at preliminary hearing
Attorneys for Bill Cosby are challenging the use of hearsay evidence during a recent preliminary hearing in the comedy legend’s sex assault case and further insist prosecutors are trying to “win at all costs” in papers filed this week with the court.
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Playboy's Hugh Hefner deposed in Bill Cosby's sexual battery lawsuit, lawyer says
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner was deposed Wednesday in a sexual battery civil suit against embattled comedian Bill Cosby, according to a Los Angeles civil rights attorney.
Hefner’s deposition, which was videotaped, took place at the Playboy Mansion, Gloria Allred, who is representing alleged Cosby victim Judy Huth, said in a statement obtained by PEOPLE.
Smithsonian's African-American museum defends inclusion of Bill Cosby items
The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture has released a statement defending the planned inclusion of two objects related to Bill Cosby, the pioneering comedian who has been accused of sexual assault by dozens of women, in one of its inaugural exhibitions.
See a scene from the Bill Cosby-themed episode of The Carmichael Show
The Carmichael Show has never been shy about delving into a charged or topical issue. (Check out last summer’s episodes involving gun control or the Black Lives Matter movement, for example.) But this Sunday’s episode of the NBC multi-camera comedy will likely turn a few extra heads: It explores the ripple effects of the scandal involving Bill Cosby, who has been accused of sexually assaulting more than 50 women. (Cosby has denied any wrongdoing.)
Judge explains why he unsealed Bill Cosby deposition, cites comedian's persona as 'public moralist'
The judge who unsealed a 2005 deposition in which Bill Cosby admits to drugging women with the intent of having sex with them has spoken out with his reasons for releasing the documents.
Cosby Show star Malcolm-Jamal Warner: Pulling reruns takes 'money out of my pocket'
Malcolm-Jamal Warner, who played Bill Cosby’s son Theo on ’80s series The Cosby Show, reveals in a sneak peek at Monday’s episode of The Real how he feels about reruns of the classic sitcom being pulled off the air.
“It’s literally taking money out of my pocket,” Warner says. “So I got my own personal feelings about that, because it personally affects me.”
Bill Cosby's criminal case halted while court mulls his request to dismiss
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has issued an order temporarily staying Bill Cosby’s March 8 preliminary hearing in his Pennsylvania sexual assault trial until it can rule on Cosby’s appeal asking for the case to be dismissed.
Bill Cosby's wife Camille testifies under oath, must return for second deposition
As accusation after accusation has come to light in the last few years that her husband, Bill Cosby, had allegedly drugged and/or sexually assaulted dozens of women, Camille Cosby has stood by the man she married 52 years ago.
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