Actor to block subpoena in confidential 2006 sexual assault settlement

Three current victims now believe that that case can help their own. They want it revisited!

According to the Florida News Time, actor and comedian Bill Cosby would like to block the subpoena sent to him from an attorney representing three women; Tamara Green, Therese Serignese and Linda Traitz who also claim defamation due to Cosby denying molestation accusations.

In 2004, Andrea Constand accused Cosby of drugging and inappropriately touching her, however, the following year the case was dismissed due to 'insufficient credible and admissible evidence'.

Constand filed a civil suit that Cosby settled out of court. Everything in that suit was undisclosed, but the three women now believe that that case can help their own.

Defense lawyer George M. Gowen said that privacy in a settled case 'should not be set aside lightly.'


Now, Cosbt reportedly wants the case thrown out of court, and if there are anything pieces of material to slip through the cracks, he would like to review and challenge.

The 77-year-old has been the center of criminal attention with accusations of sexual assault floating in the air; a very publicized one coming from model Janice Dickinson.

While he tries to clear his name, it seems he just keeps sinking deep into more trouble.


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