Bill Cosby will have to return to court for his criminal sexual assault case against Andrea Constand despite reports that the D.A had promised he would not be prosecuted.
TMZ reports that the hearing on Tuesday, February 2 didn't come to an end. In fact the judge shifted the hearing until the next day.
The site reports that the former D.A.in suburban Philadelphia testified he did indeed make a deal with Cosby that he would not be prosecuted in the Constand case and he says the deal was meant to be binding on his successors. The parties are now in the judge's chambers. However, the D.A. also said there were "serious flaws" in the case.
Based on that promise he sat for a deposition on Constand's civil case where he admitted he had given her 3 and a half pills of Benadryl before a 2004 sexual encounter. She says it was assault ... he says it was consensual. The former D.A. is scheduled to testify on behalf of Cosby ... saying he indeed made the promise not to prosecute.
Cosby arrived in court on Tuesday dressed for success with a cane in hand and guided into the courthouse by 2 bodyguards.