Despite his victim accusing him of rape, Cosby said he and Andrea Constand had consensual sex and revealed she had 'orgasm' in his newly released 2004-05 despositions
New court documents have surfaced in the Bill Cosby rape saga and they are not looking good for the beloved comedian
In 2005 and 2006, Cosby sat for depositions in relation to the alleged rape of a woman named Andrea Constand, who said that Cosby had drugged her and had sex with her. In the depositions, Cosby discussed his seduction tactics, using drugs to seduce his women, and how he kept things quiet from his wife.
According to the New York Times, Cosby and Constand did not begin having sex immediately but in a moment alone following a candlelit dinner at his home in the early 2000’s, Cosby began to romance her, in his way.
“I take her hair and I pull it back and I have her face like this... And I’m talking to her …And I talked to her about relaxing, being strong. And I said to her, come in, meaning her body,'' he said in the deposition.
Although he says that he did not try to kiss her because he did not feel that she wanted him, they reportedly shared a “sexual moment” short of intercourse that led to her having “a glow.” Cosby said that he tried to refrain from having intercourse with women, because if he did, they may not be able to help falling in love with him — he did not want it to become ''deeper than a playful situation'', radaronline reports
Cosby and Constand reportedly maintained an association for years until the night when Constand says that Cosby drugged and molested her. That night, he reportedly admits to giving Constand one and a half tablets of Benadryl to relax her, and then having sexual contact with her. Constand believed that it was a drug much stronger than Benadryl.
Despite the sordid circumstances surrounding their sexual liaison, Cosby said that he believed the affair to be consensual, the New York Times revealed in an excerpt from the deposition.
” I walk her out,” Cosby said. “She does not look angry. She does not say to me, don’t ever do that again. She doesn’t walk out with an attitude of a huff, because I think that I’m a pretty decent reader of people and their emotions in these romantic sexual things, whatever you want to call them.”
Constand claims she told her mother about what happened to her that night. She then spoke on the phone with Cosby, and described what she had been told as “a mother’s worst nightmare.” Cosby said he remembered thinking, “Tell your mother about the orgasm.” In Cosby’s calculation, an orgasm meant that the affair had been consensual.