Bill Cosby Is Allegedly Trying To Bully One Of His Accusers
She calls his latest move "a continuation of his campaign to harass and intimidate."
Another day, another Bill Cosby drama.
According to TMZ, Andrea Constand - the woman Cosby is charged with sexually assaulting back in 2004 - claims that Cosby is trying to intimidate her. She'll be giving her deposition soon, and Cosby's attorneys are fighting to attend, a move that Constand calls "a continuation of his campaign to harass and intimidate."
The deposition is part of her lawsuit against former Montgomery County District Attorney Bruce Castor, who she's suing for defamation. According to TMZ, Constad believes Castor defamed her by claiming she grossly exaggerated her allegations against Cosby.
Due to a settlement reached between Constand and Cosby in 2005, Constand isn't allowed to discuss any allegations she may have against Cosby, and Cosby's camp is claiming they want to attend the deposition to make sure she upholds her end of the deal. Meanwhile, Constad thinks this is just another ploy for Cosby to try and gather evidence in the criminal case he's fighting against.
Yikes. What a mess.