Following demands by the Associated Press documents pertaining to that case were made public Monday.
The records show that when asked about prescription Quaaludes procured by Cosby and if they would be used to enable him to have sex with women he wanted to he answered Yes in court.
"Was it in your mind that you were going to use these Quaaludes for young women that you wanted to have sex with?" Constand's attorney, Dolores Troiani asked; "Yes," Cosby replied.
On advice from his lawyer Cosby did not answer whether he administered the drugs to women without their knowledge.
CNN reported that according to AP two women took the sedatives willingly.
Jill Scott who defended Cosby has taken a major U turn following the July revelations. Others are expected to follow suit.
A series of male celebrities in the UK have finally had to face historical allegations of abuse, some cases are ongoing, but the difference is that Bill Cosby probably will not face justice.
In the USA the Statute of Limitations means Cosby may never be tried.
He has, and will continue, however to face trial by the public since allegations first broke which could in the end be more damaging; unless he can successfully sue for defamation of character he will forever be a fallen hero and guilty in many minds.
Old adages such as there is no smoke without fire have more than a ring of truth to them in this case; worse still though accusations against Cosby now have more than a ring of truth.
But without a court trial he will never be exonerated or found guilty.
As the people of the UK have learned, sometimes the allegations are just that and have no basis; that said others have been proved guilty of serial abuse.
In Britain celebrities including Rolf Harris, Max Clifford and Stuart Hall are serving jail time after being tried and found guilty of historical sex crimes. But DJ Paul Gambaccini had a year from hell when he was accused and named by police and ultimately no charges were filed.
Victims of sex and child abuse by celebrities in the UK were failed by the system, often ignored or dismissed by police, but finally justice is being served.
The extent of the abuse only began to come to light after the death of Jimmy Savile, now forever remembered as a serial sex abuser. No matter what good Cosby has done in his life, and throughout his career, his legacy could be similar.
The accusations will linger and fester.
If there are real victims they deserve justice.
Does the Statute of Limitations mean you can do anything and not face justice as long as you can evade the law long enough? As an English woman I don't really know the answer to that one.
But I do know that if Cosby has done wrong he should face justice.
And if he has not his legacy should not be tarnished.
Now the cat is out of the bag similarities to sex abuse allegations in the UK include claims that accusations were brushed to one side as Cosby was a famous celebrity.
Cosby's career is over, guilty or not. Shows cancelled or postponed, Cosby dropped like a hot potato.
In November 2014 Cosby still refused to discuss 'innuendos' in interviews but sooner or later he may have to.
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