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1. Bill Cosby Seeks to Dismiss New Sex Abuse Lawsuit

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Bill Cosby Seeks to Dismiss New Sex Abuse Lawsuit

Bill Cosby's attorney said in a court filing Thursday that a woman suing Cosby for sexual battery attempted to sell a story about the comedian to a tabloid a decade ago--and tried to extort money in exchange for her silence. Attorney Martin Singer wrote in the filing that the lawsuit by Judy Huth and her attorney followed a failed attempt to extort $250,000 from Cosby. In the filing, Cosby seeks monetary damages from Huth and her attorney.


2. Bill Cosby Seeking to Dismiss Insurance Lawsuit

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Bill Cosby Seeking to Dismiss Insurance Lawsuit

Bill Cosby, citing financial pressures, asked a federal judge to dismiss or put on hold a lawsuit in which American International Group seeks to avoid paying for his defense against defamation claims by women who also accused him of sexual abuse. AIG had in June sued Cosby in Massachusetts and California over homeowner's insurance policies it issued to him in those states.


3. Bill Cosby Ordered Under Oath in Sex Abuse Lawsuit

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Bill Cosby Ordered Under Oath in Sex Abuse Lawsuit

Bill Cosby will have to go under oath this fall. Reuters reports that the 78-year-old comedian was ordered this week to give a sworn deposition in a lawsuit alleging he sexually abused a 15-year-old girl at Los Angeles' Playboy Mansion in 1974. Cosby will have to submit to questions under oath from the attorney representing his accuser Judy Huth on Oct. 9. Huth will then answer questions from Cosby's lawyers on Oct. 15. A Los Angeles Superior Court judge entered the order on Tuesday; it was made public on Wednesday. In her lawsuit, Huth states that Cosby gave her drinks and then sexually assaulted her. Cosby's lawyer, Marty Singer, previously filed legal documents, calling the accusations "absolutely false."




4. Bill Cosby Loses Bid to Dismiss Libel Lawsuit Brought By Rape Accusers

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Bill Cosby Loses Bid to Dismiss Libel Lawsuit Brought By Rape Accusers

In perhaps the most significant legal development since the scandal surrounding Bill Cosby erupted, a Massachusetts federal court on Friday denied the embattled comedian's bid to dismiss a libel lawsuit brought by three women. Tamara Green, Therese Serignese and Linda Traitz are the plaintiffs in the case. The women allege that they were victimized by a sexual assault by Cosby. But because of statute of limitations, they can't sue Cosby for this. Instead, the three women claim to have had their reputations tarnished when Cosby's reps told news outlets that the rape claims were "fabricated," "ridiculous" and "absurd," among other comments.


5. Bill Cosby Pushes For Janice Dickinson Lawsuit To Be Dismissed

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Bill Cosby Pushes For Janice Dickinson Lawsuit To Be Dismissed

Actor Bill Cosby is reportedly asking a judge to dismiss Janice Dickinson’s defamation lawsuit against him. Dickinson launched legal action against the former “Cosby Show” star in May after the 78-year-old’s former lawyer Martin Singer called her rape allegation against Cosby, “a lie. Dickinson also included Singer in her lawsuit, but earlier this month, Judge Debra Weintraub tentatively ruled Singer could be dismissed from the case because Dickinson knew about his statements at the time she sued Cosby. Dickinson claimed Cosby drugged and raped her during a trip to Lake Tahoe, California, in 1982, but Cosby is seeking to have the lawsuit dismissed, accusing Dickinson of giving different versions of what happened.


6. Bill Cosby Deposition Expected Friday in Sexual Abuse Lawsuit

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Bill Cosby Deposition Expected Friday in Sexual Abuse Lawsuit

Bill Cosby was expected to testify under oath on Friday in a lawsuit brought by a woman accusing the veteran comedian of sexual abuse, according to attorneys, but little was known about when or where the deposition would take place. Attorney Gloria Allred, representing accuser Judy Huth, said the deposition could last up to seven hours. In the past year, more than 50 women have come forward with allegations against Cosby including drugging, sexual harassment, sexual assault and rape.


7. Bill Cosby Said in 2005 Lawsuit He Gave Quaaludes to Women for Sex

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Bill Cosby Said in 2005 Lawsuit He Gave Quaaludes to Women for Sex

Comedian Bill Cosby testified in 2005 that he had obtained Quaaludes with the intent of giving the sedatives to young women in order to have sex with them, according to court documents unsealed on Monday. Cosby, 77, made the admission during testimony in a civil case brought by a former Temple University employee, Andrea Constand, who alleged that Cosby tricked her into taking drugs before he sexually assaulted her.


8. Judge Won`t Dismiss Ritualistic Sex Abuse Lawsuit Against Warren Jeffs, FLDS Church

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Judge Won`t Dismiss Ritualistic Sex Abuse Lawsuit Against Warren Jeffs, FLDS Church

A Utah judge is refusing to dismiss a lawsuit filed against Warren Jeffs over alleged "ritualistic sex abuse."


9. Judge Refuses Request to Dismiss Lawsuit Against LDS Church Over Sex Abuse Claims

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Judge Refuses Request to Dismiss Lawsuit Against LDS Church Over Sex Abuse Claims

A Navajo Tribal Court judge has refused a request by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to dismiss lawsuits alleging sex abuse in a church-run program.


10. Bill Cosby Loses Latest Bid to Block Sexual Abuse Lawsuit

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Bill Cosby Loses Latest Bid to Block Sexual Abuse Lawsuit

Bill Cosby has lost his latest bid to fend off a lawsuit accusing him of sexually abusing a 15-year-old girl at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles in 1974. The California Supreme Court on Wednesday denied the comedian's petition to review the case. The accuser's attorney, Gloria Allred, said the decision cleared the way for litigation brought by Judy Huth, now in her 50s, to proceed, and that she intended to take Cosby's sworn deposition within the next 30 days.




11. More Women Detail Sex Abuse Claims Against Bill Cosby

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More Women Detail Sex Abuse Claims Against Bill Cosby

Three women on Wednesday came together and detailed allegations that comedian Bill Cosby sexually abused and groped them decades ago, a day after Cosby was sued by a woman who said he molested her when she was a teenager in 1974.


12. Sex Abuse Lawsuit Against Former Elmo Puppeteer Is Dismissed

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Sex Abuse Lawsuit Against Former Elmo Puppeteer Is Dismissed

A federal judge in Pennsylvania has dismissed a lawsuit accusing Kevin Clash, the puppeteer known for his work as the voice of Sesame Street's Elmo, of child sexual abuse. The lawsuit was filed by a man who accused Clash of engaging in a sexual relationship during visits to New York that began in 2004, when the man was 16. District Judge Christopher Conner in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, dismissed the lawsuit on Thursday, ruling it had not been filed within the statute of limitations in New York.


13. Bill Cosby dodges sex abuse questions in newly released interview

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Bill Cosby dodges sex abuse questions in newly released interview

The Associated Press interviewed Cosby and his wife and asked about the women who claim he drugged and attacked them. Cosby refused to answer. NBC also dropped plans to develop a new series with Cosby. Crisis communication expert and CBS News contributor Frank Luntz joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the fallout.


14. Lawyer: Two Witnesses Back Woman in Bill Cosby Sex Abuse Suit

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Lawyer: Two Witnesses Back Woman in Bill Cosby Sex Abuse Suit

A lawyer for a woman who says Bill Cosby sexually abused her when she was 15 stated in a recent court filing that he has interviewed two witnesses who corroborate her story. Attorney Marc Strecker wrote in a sworn declaration filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday that he has reviewed photographs of his client, Judy Huth, with Cosby at the Playboy Mansion in the mid-1970s, the place and time she says the abuse happened.


15. Bill Cosby sex abuse: Comedian charged with sexual assault in 2004 case, posts $1m bond - TomoNews

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Bill Cosby sex abuse: Comedian charged with sexual assault in 2004 case, posts $1m bond - TomoNews

PHILADELPHIA — Fallen American funnyman Bill Cosby has been charged with sexual assault in a case from 2004 and its a big deal because its the first time


16. Comedian Bill Cosby loses bid to fend off allegations of sex abuse

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Comedian Bill Cosby loses bid to fend off allegations of sex abuse

American comedian Bill Cosby has lost his latest legal bid to fend of allegations of sexually abusing at fifteen-year-old in 1974. That clears the way for the case brought by the woman, now in her fifties, to proceed. Cosby is expected to make a sworn testimony, or deposition, in the next thirty days.




19. Prominent Lawyer Abandons Bill Cosby in Sex Abuse Cases

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Prominent Lawyer Abandons Bill Cosby in Sex Abuse Cases

Bill Cosby will no longer will be represented by Marty Singer, a well-known entertainment lawyer who has represented the comedian for years and was, until recently, at his side in the ongoing sex-abuse lawsuit brought by Judy Huth. Singer's departure from Cosby's legal team is laid out in court papers, but the reasons why Singer is no longer Cosby's attorney remain unanswered. Singer has represented other troubled entertainers in the past, including Charlie Sheen, but there's been nothing quite like the press storm that has ensued after more than 40 women alleged that they were victims to rape at the hands of Cosby. News of Singer's departures comes on the heels of an L.A. Superior Court judge declining to end the Huth lawsuit and Cosby having to give a new deposition.


20. Prominent Lawyer Abandons Bill Cosby in Sex Abuse Cases

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Prominent Lawyer Abandons Bill Cosby in Sex Abuse Cases

Bill Cosby will no longer will be represented by Marty Singer, a well-known entertainment lawyer who has represented the comedian for years and was, until recently, at his side in the ongoing sex-abuse lawsuit brought by Judy Huth. Singer's departure from Cosby's legal team is laid out in court papers, but the reasons why Singer is no longer Cosby's attorney remain unanswered. Singer has represented other troubled entertainers in the past, including Charlie Sheen, but there's been nothing quite like the press storm that has ensued after more than 40 women alleged that they were victims to rape at the hands of Cosby. News of Singer's departures comes on the heels of an L.A. Superior Court judge declining to end the Huth lawsuit and Cosby having to give a new deposition.