Court orders Bill Cosby deposition in Dickinson case
3 November 2015
Bill Cosby and his former lawyer have been ordered to give a sworn out-of-court testimony in the defamation case brought by Janice Dickinson.
The ex-supermodel alleged that they falsely called her a liar after she claimed the comedian sexually assaulted her three decades ago.
Los Angeles County Superior Court ruled Cosby and his former lawyer Martin Singer must give sworn depositions before 25 November.
Cosby's lawyers said they would appeal....
More than 50 women have accused the comedian of sexual assault. He has never been charged for any of the alleged crimes. In most cases, the alleged incidents date back decades, meaning they fall outside the time limit for legal action.
Reuters said it is the second time in two months that Cosby will be required to testify under oath in response to a complaint of sexual misconduct against him.
Mr Singer, an LA lawyer, represented Cosby until he was replaced last month with a new legal team.
Last year, Dickinson had claimed Cosby drugged and raped her in a hotel in Lake Tahoe in 1982.
Speaking at the time, Mr Singer labelled Dickinson's allegations as "false and outlandish".
Bill Cosby 'accused of attacking his own children's nanny', as he continues to deny sexual assault allegations
3 Nov 2015 By Rebecca Pocklington
The comedian has been accused of assaulting several women, but has so far denied all the allegations put against him
Bill Cosby was accused of assaulting his children's former nanny, it has been claimed.
The comedian, 78, has strenuously denied allegations of rape and sexual assault brought against him by a number of women, and now a new report claims his own children's nanny made shock allegations against him too.
According to Radar Online, Cosby's daughter Ensa revealed the allegations to a friend, claiming the incident occurred in 1997.
“Ensa said it was an unwanted sexual advance, and [the nanny] was hysterical,” a source - who is claimed to have passed a polygraph test - told the site....