In a trial that concluded on Tuesday, Bill Cosby accused Judy Huth of assaulting her in the Playboy Mansion, which he claimed was a "disgraceful person," but instead said she was slain in the stands. And she said, "I was putting my finger on his hands, but I couldn''t say it." Huth, who is now 64, has filed a lawsuit against him, alleging, alleging, claiming that while she was engaged in a party,
In 1975, Bill Cosby assaulted Judy Huth at the Playboy Mansion, which was the discovery of a Los Angeles jury on Tuesday. Huth, now 64, was awarded $500,000 in damages from Cosby. The lawsuit is one of the last legal lawsuits filed against the disgraced former sitcom star.
Huth argued that once it was clear that Cosby was interested in her sexually, she told him she was 16 and also lied about menstruating, but none of these was to prevent her from approaching him sexually. He said, I was just closing my eyes. It was so fast. Maybe five minutes. Quick.
According to NBC News, Bill Cosby''s defense teams strategy was to focus on other statements from Judy Huths. The victim initially claimed the assault took place in either 1973 or 1974, but her legal team later claimed to evidence the correct year was 1975. While this was a joke, the jury was reluctant to accept that years after the incident were appropriate.
Huth said she felt a long-deserved vindication after the verdict. I was sorry, she said. Seriously, it has been so many years, so many tears. She also told reporters that the money didn''t matter as much as the verdict itself.
Bill Cosby, who is 20 years old, did not testify during the trial, and did not even appear in the courtroom during the proceedings. Bernard claims she met Cosby on the set of The Cosby Show, where she offered to be her mentor. She alleges that at one point, while being mentored by Cosby he violently grabbed and squeezed her breasts while performing vocal exercises.
Bill Cosby was previously sentenced to three to 10 years in prison for the 2004 sexual assault of Andrea Constand. However, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court later overturned the conviction, which included the prosecution''s lawyers stating that his rights to due process had been violated. The United States Supreme Court declined to hear the case in their venue.