Bill Cosby lost in court yesterday when a judge ruled that his wife Camille has to give sworn testimony in a lawsuit where seven women are suing over the comic’s rape denials.
But lawyers for Camille claimed victory after the judge put limits on what Camille could be questioned about in the depositions!
Seven of Cosby’s alleged victims are suing in a Massachusetts court over defamation, saying that Cosby unfairly branded them as liars after they went public with claims that he sexually assaulted them.
The judge declared that the women’s lawyers could question Camille, due to her “unique role in Defendant’s life for over fifty years” — adding, “she may possess a good deal of relevant, non-protected information which can be uncovered.”
Camille’s lawyers, however, stated they remained confident that their client could still decline some testimony, due to “the confidential nature of and protection afforded to marital communications.”
The National ENQUIRER has previously reported of how Cosby boasted in an exclusive interview that Camille lived by “The Cosby Commandments of Marriage” — adding that Camille is “totally committed” to him.