Oh, No: Did Bill Cosby Admit to Misconduct With Teenagers?

NORRISTOWN, PA - FEBRUARY 02: Comedian Bill Cosby exits the preliminary hearing for sexual assault charges on February 2, 2016 at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pennsylvania. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)

Oh, No: Did Bill Cosby Admit to Misconduct With Teenagers?

Find out what the fallen TV icon had to say.

Published May 23, 2016

More disparaging details involving Bill Cosby's sexual assault case have surfaced, and if new reports are to be believed, teenagers are now being added to the growing list of victims.

According to the Daily Mail, the former TV dad admitted to having sexual encounters with teenagers who were sent to him by a modeling agency on a weekly basis.

In the admission, recorded in the depositions given in both 2005 and 2006 during Andrea Constand's lawsuit against him, he said he gave quaaludes to Therese Serignese, 19, in Las Vegas in 1976, and, on another occasion, he had another teenager, whom he met in 2000, masturbate him with lotion.

Cosby said in the deposition the latter was one of the "five to six models" the agency sent to his studio each week. He also allegedly admitted that he met her when she was just 17, but does not specify how old she was during their sexual encounter.

He also admitted the quaaludes he gave to Serignese made her "high." Following this admission, Constand's attorney, Dolores Troiani, asked him this question: "She said that she believes she was not in the position to consent to intercourse after you gave her the drug. Do you believe that is correct?"

Cosby's response was pretty disturbing: "I don't know," he said. "How many years ago are we talking about? 197(6)?... I meet Ms. Picking in Las Vegas. She meets me backstage. I give her quaaludes. We then have sex."

When Troiana asked Cosby if the other teenager in question used the lotion to "rub your penis and make you ejaculate," he responded with a simple, "Bingo."

This all comes just one day before he is set to appear in Pennsylvania court for a preliminary hearing to finally determine whether or not his criminal sexual assault case would proceed to trial. 

Watch how Cosby's former co-star Keshia-Knight Pulliam defended her longtime TV dad on BET Breaks, above.

Written by John Justice

(Photo: William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)


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