Billy Cosby, a well-known American stand-up comedian, may not be a good person. During the Me Too movement, Cosby was the target of numerous sexual assault accusations, many of which were widely publicized. Judy Huths claims that he abused her at the Playboy house in 1974 are being dismissed by Bill Cosby and his legal team. They allege there was no evidence she was present at the time.
Huth allegedly filed a lawsuit against the former comedy player in 2014. She alleges that he sexually assaulted her at the famous party house when she was 15 and he was 37. Cosby is now litigating the charges in court.
The lawyers for the Cosby Show star requested an emergency hearing in which she argued that the plaintiff was changing her narrative weeks before the trial would begin. Michael G. Freedman, a cosbys lawyer, wrote a petition to the judge.
Plaintiff (Huth) claims that for the first time before the final pretrial status conference in this case, the first time, the days before the trial started, Plaintiff (Protestant) claimed that she was not 15 years old when she was abused at the Playboy mansion, and that the incident did not happen in 1974, as she has long claimed.
According to Cosby''s defense team, Huth''s view of the events is radical shift, which is urging their client to receive an opportunity to meet with the judge as soon as possible. Huth first indicated that she was 15 years old and her companion Donna Samuelson was 16 when she met him.
When they first met, she told him about their ages, but he asked them to tell others they were both 19 years old if they were quizzed. The actors'' second attorney, Jennifer Bonjean, wrote to the judge.
The Plaintiff has a whole new story: she claims that the incident took place in February and/or March 1975 shortly before her 17th birthday. There is plenty of reason for the Court to impose a defendant''s motion to be heard on a shorter time before the trial''s conclusion.
Bonjean is also requesting further evidence to be accepted into the future trial. Playboy Enterprises provided her all the information they had about who traveled from the home in 1974, including visiting books and a calendar of scheduled events. Stay tuned for more information on this case.