Last week's partial unsealing of Bill Cosby's 2005 deposition might've only been the tip of the iceberg for a bigger reveal about the comedian's alleged sexual misconduct. Two of Cosby's accusers are demanding the full testimony be unsealed to paint a more vivid picture of the embattled star.
The Associated Press reports Beth Ferrier and Rebecca Neal joined a court bid Monday to have Cosby's full testimony from his 2005 sexual assault lawsuit unsealed. They were joined by lawyer Gloria Allred at a press conference in Los Angeles where she expressed interest in challenging defense comments of Cosby's accusers being "discredited."
Ferrier and Neal were listed as "Jane Does" in the documents in support of Andrea Constand, the Temple University employee who accused Cosby of drugging and raping her. The unsealed testimony included Cosby's admission to drugging women with Quaaludes with the purpose of having sex.
The Associated Press did not disclose Ferrier and Neal's names upon the release of the documents, but the women have now authorized the use of their names.
Ferrier and Neal, who both claim to have had run-ins with Cosby in the mid-1980s, say it is imperative that the entire testimony be made to the public to challenge the defense.
"It is important for the world to know the truth about how Bill Cosby hunted me like a predator," Ferrier said at Monday's conference. "My refusal of his constant advances fueled his desire and eventual drugging-rape ritual."
Neither Cosby nor his lawyers have commented on the recent developments.
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