According to reports, the time is drawing near for a verdict in the Bill Cosby trial as the judge in the sexual assault case has officially set a trial date of June 5. Additionally, prosecutors also want to put up to 13 of Cosby's accusers on the witness stand during the trial.
NBC News reports that a motion was filed today by Pennsylvania prosecutors to let 13 other women testify to prove Cosby's alleged pattern of behavior.
"An individual who, over the course of decades, intentionally intoxicates women in signature fashion with the intention of sexually assaulting them cannot also be mistaken about whether or not these women are consenting to the sexual abuse," the prosecutors wrote in the motion.
Though the motion has been filed, Judge Steven O'Neil, who has been assigned to the case, has not ruled on whether or not the women will actually be allowed to testify. Cosby and the rest of the defense team are expected to fight to make sure it stays that way.
In addition to this, Judge O'Neil has also reserved judgment on another major piece of evidence that may hurt Cosby in the trial — a recording that Andrea Constand's mother made of a phone call she had with Cosby a year following the alleged assault where Andrea had accused him of drugging her.
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