The unsealed court documents from Bill Cosby's sexual assault lawsuit have now revealed more secrets than the comedian's confession to have drugged women.
The unsealed court documents from Bill Cosby’s sexual assault lawsuit have now revealed more secrets than the comedian’s confession to have drugged women.
The 16 document released by the Judge Eduardo C. Robreno on July 7, now disclosed that the 77-year-old comedian had set up a tuition fund through the Plaintiff’s mother after he feared that Janice Dickinson would either extort or embarrass him, reported E! Online.
According to court documents, Cosby also explained that he placed conditions on the money, saying that the victim would have to prove to him that while she was at the Temple University she maintained a 3.0 GPA.
Previously, the documents revealed that the comedian obtained prescription drugs to give to women that he wanted to have sex with.