Boy-oh-Boy … Evidence is making is hard for supporters of Bill Cosby to remain loyal. The longtime comedian and actor has had more than 13 allegations of sexual assault revealed in the past month, and not only are the ladies speaking, but court documents are served as proof.

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Cosby has made it clear that he doesn’t want to speak of the latest of sexual assault allegations, however in 2005, he was singing like a canary. Under oath the comedian admitted to making a deal with the National Enquirer. The deal being, if they were to axe a sexual assault story involving a Canadian woman named Beth Ferrier, then he would give them, “an exclusive story, my words,” on another sexual assault lawsuit filed by Andrea Constand, that was eventually settled, Cosby said in the Sept. 29, 2005, deposition. In return, “they would not print the story of — print Beth’s story.”

Ferrier has gone public about what she called her brief affair with Cosby when she was a model in 1984. She said that he once drugged her coffee during an encounter in Denver and that she woke up hours later in the backseat of her car with her clothes disheveled. The Enquirer in 2005 withheld her story and instead published Cosby’s account, in which he said, “Sometimes you try to help people and it backfires on you and then they try to take advantage of you.”

Cosby claims that Constand had spoken to him on the phone and requested only an, “apology.” He’s also claimed that she was simply a woman looking to exploit him as a celebrity. According to Bill in the deposition, Constand’s mother stated, “That’s all I wanted, Bill. However, lawyers clapped back with a, “Requesting only an apology is not the action of an extortionist or someone who wants to ‘exploit’ a celebrity.” True.

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