Bill Cosby’s wife Camille is adamant – she did NOT supply her husband with the prescription sedatives he is accused of using to drug and sexually assault women – and she is refusing to be grilled under oath about the comedian’s infidelity, according to newly filed court documents obtained exclusively by Daily Mail Online,
On the day the disgraced comedian, accused of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand, appeared in court and posted a $ 1million bail, Camille Cosby came out blasting an attempt by seven women who claim they were sexually assaulted by Cosby to have her deposed about her husband’s activities.
Camille Cosby was nowhere in sight when her beleaguered husband arrive at court in Philadelphia yesterday.
Camille Cosby’s position is that the law is very clear about husband and wife not having to testify against another or share information from private conversations and says it is nobody’s business but her own, according to the documents obtained by Daily Mail Online.
She has asked the judge to not order her to sit for a deposition in the case, saying it would be a huge burden on her and invade her rights to privacy and claims her husband has decided to not drag her into his counter-suit to testify.
Cosby’s wife also takes issue with the questions the women want to ask her during a deposition, including her husband’s sexual ‘proclivities’, her input on any public statements made on her husband’s behalf and whether or not she ever procured drugs for him.
She blasts the question on whether she got him drugs, saying clearly she never once procured sedatives for her husband.
Regardless, she points out the defamation lawsuit is over allegations of her husband drugging and sexually assaulting the women NOT about where the drugs came from.
Further, she says whether she knew or didn’t know about her husband cheating on her is irrelevant and is the type of intimate information that the law protects her against having to share
Camille contends she wasn’t present during any of the alleged incidents and anything she heard would be second hand knowledge or from a private conversations with her husband.
The judge has yet to make a ruling.