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Testimony reveals the only time Cosby admitted to drugging women




Entertainer Bill Cosby speaking during a Veterans Day ceremony, on Tuesday. After settling a lawsuit over accusations of sexual assault in 2006, a second woman has come forward with similar claims.
Entertainer Bill Cosby speaking during a Veterans Day ceremony, on Tuesday. After settling a lawsuit over accusations of sexual assault in 2006, a second woman has come forward with similar claims.
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The sexual assault allegations against comedian Bill Cosby have taken a dramatic turn.

Courts on Monday unsealed the records from a 2005 civil suit against Cosby. In a sworn deposition, he admitted to drugging women in order to have sex with them.

It's the first and only known time he's talked about what took place behind closed doors. In the past, he's opted to stay silent and only offer no comment.

While the statute of limitations have passed on bringing sexual assault charges against Cosby, Eriq Gardner, senior editor of The Hollywood Reporter, says this new revelation could affect the defamation suits currently filed in civil court.

Listen to the full interview by clicking the blue audio player above.