Let me anger bigots around the country by wishing you a very happy holidays.
Bill Cosby, who is accused of sexually abusing several sports team’s worth of women and bullying his victims with defamation, would like his lawyer present during the deposition of his first accuser Andrea Constand, according to TMZ. Constand publicly accused Cosby of drugging and assaulting her in 2005.
In a Los Angeles, Janice Dickinson and her lawyer Lisa Bloom have asked that Cosby’s former lawyer Marty Singer be re-added to their defamation case against Bill Cosby as a defendant. Judge Debre Weintraub dismissed Singer in February.
On Monday, in Massachusetts, a judge partially stayed a defamation case against Bill Cosby brought by seven women and led by Tamara Green. The ruling will exempt him from “providing discovery while his criminal case is pending”—the criminal case in question being the one lodged in Pennsylvania by Andrea Constand.
A judge has ruled that Janice Dickinson’s defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby can continue after months of maneuvering by the comedian’s legal team.
In an interview with The Daily Mail, former supermodel and reality star Janice Dickinson announced that she was recently diagnosed with breast cancer.
In Massachusetts, according to Variety, a judge has ruled that seven women who are suing Bill Cosby for defamation can access Andrea Constand’s case file, regarding a 2004 sexual assault she allegedly suffered at the hands of the comedian.
In Pennsylvania, a hearing in Bill Cosby’s criminal trial is on hold after a Superior Court handed down a temporary stay while the comedian’s legal team argues to dismiss the case entirely in another court.
On Monday, in Los Angeles, a judge rejected Bill Cosby’s latest attempt to have Janice Dickinson’s defamation lawsuit against him dismissed.
In Los Angeles, a judge has thrown out Janice Dickinson’s defamation complaint against Bill Cosby’s former attorney Marty Singer.
Bill Cosby and his old lawyer are probably breathing a slight sigh of relief. A California appeals court briefly halted an order requiring the embattled comedian and his former attorney to testify in a defamation law suit brought by Janice Dickinson.
Following Janice Dickinson’s defamation lawsuit, filed in May of this year, Bill Cosby has been hit with legal action again—this time from a woman named Kristina Ruehli.
A judge has ordered Bill Cosby to give a new deposition in Janice Dickinson’s defamation lawsuit against him.
Although a few die-hard defenders like Whoopi Goldberg still refuse to believe that Bill Cosby is a serial rapist—even after the man himself confirmed in his 2005 testimony that he drugged women to sleep with them—his alleged victims are finding relief and justice in the court of public opinion.
Between attempting to discredit his numerous accusers, Bill Cosby is also fighting to keep old court documents sealed.
Janice Dickinson—one of many women who’ve accused Bill Cosby of rape—is now formally suing him for defamation.
Cindra Ladd, a former entertainment executive, says that Bill Cosby drugged and raped her in 1969 and wore a terrycloth bathrobe after the incident—a detail similar to what Janice Dickinson and many other of his alleged victims said about their assaults at the hands of the comedian.
Oh: actress Phylicia Rashad, Bill Cosby's one-time T.V. wife, has weighed in on the two dozen separate sexual assault allegations against him, telling an entertainment reporter "Forget these women." She implied that Cosby's accusers are all part of an orchestrated smear campaign. Clair Huxtable, what are you doing.
Yet another woman has come forward accusing Bill Cosby of sexual assault: Casting agent and actress Katherine McKee says that The Cosby Show comedian raped her in a Michigan hotel room in the early 1970s.
On CNN Monday, Janice Dickinson got highly emotional while discussing her alleged rape by Bill Cosby, saying, "I don't know how to process this. I don't know how to process these emotions," before breaking down in tears.