Camille Cosby has stuck by her husband Bill Cosby's side as a case has been built against him. Through the allegations, and now his arrest, she continues to do so. And now, it is being reported that she is going to be deposed on the allegations against her lifetime friend and husband, and a motion to block a subpoena has been denied.
Camille has been the definition of a stand up woman. Not once has she said anything brash about the women who have brought charges up on her husband. The entire situation has be humiliating for her and to add salt to the wound she has been denied a motion to throw out the subpoena that requires her to give a deposition, Page Six reports.
Although there were more than 50 women who came forward and accused Cosby of indecent sexual assault, only seven of those women's allegations will hold up in a court of law, the publication reports. Camille is required to give her deposition on the seven women who accused Cosby of sexually assaulting them multiple decades ago, Page Six reports.
Why should Camille be questioned in a case that is geared towards her husband? ABC News reports, due to the length of the Cosby's marriage (50 years), it is believed by Joseph Cammarata, a lawyer for the women, that she knows relevant information related to the case, the publication reports.
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The details of the motion filed by the Cosby's lawyers state that Camille has no knowledge or information to help the women in this case. Their lawyers have reason to believe the deposition is "nothing more than a thinly veiled attempt to pressure the defendant in the face of subjecting his wife to shame and embarrassment of responding to questions about his alleged infidelities and sexual misconduct," according to ABC.
To protect herself at all costs, Camille also "sought a protective order to limit the scope of the subpoena as an alternative to squashing it altogether." This approach was also rejected by the judge.
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