Camille Cosby's February deposition testimony in her husband's defamation case has finally been unsealed.
As RadarOnline.com reported, the 72-year-old fought tooth and nail to avoid the embarrassment of being questioned in relation to the case, which arose after Bill's alleged sexual assault victims claimed he portrayed them as liars. However, the comedian's wife was ultimately compelled to take the stand.
During her six-hour testimony, Camille used spousal privilege to avoid many of the questions asked, while at other times, she left the room or simply refused to answer.
She was asked to read aloud from her husband's 2005 deposition in which he admitted he'd "had sex and we had dinners and sex and rendezvous" with another woman in the 1970's. She also spoke about an alleged love child getting a DNA test in order to determine whether or not Bill, now 78, was her father. While initially insisting, "I do not have an opinion," she later admitted, "It was a big deal then, yes," regarding learning about her husband's infidelity decades ago.
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However, when asked to give opinions regarding her husband's integrity, she refused to answer. "I'm not going to expound on this," she insisted after being asked to define honesty. "I do not have to. I'm done." She also refused to say whether or not she considered it dishonest to give a person Quaaludes for sex, although she did insist that she had never obtained them herself.
Camille was asked by opposing counsel, "Now, can we agree that throughout your marriage, Mr. Cosby acted with a lack of integrity?" At that point, her attorney stepped in, telling her she was not required to answer. Camille agreed, saying, "And I won't."