A transcript from Camille Cosby's February deposition was released on Friday, revealing just how much Camille avoided the press regarding accusations against her husband, Bill Cosby.
Camille's deposition, which took place in Massachusetts, was in connection to a civil suit against Bill brought by several women who allege the entertainer sexually assaulted them.
In previous depositions
, Bill admitted to having extramarital relationships and to obtaining Quaaludes to give to "young women" that he "wanted to have sex with."
According to the newly-released transcript, Camille's counsel pushed back when their client was asked whether Bill's admission to having romantic relationships outside their marriage meant that he deceived her.
"It's hard to see where that goes other than to humiliate her," Cosby's attorney Christopher Tayback stated. "Whether she does not form an opinion that that would have been deceitful is really entirely beside the point, and the only basis is to upset this witness. And, by the way, that was incredibly successful, because she was upset and she is upset."
Camille also refused to answer the question of whether Bill acted with a "lack of integrity" throughout their marriage.
According to the transcript, Camille claimed that she does not read the newspaper, doesn't get much information off the internet and seldom watches television. Camille said she gets information from her husband and it was he who made her aware of ex-Temple University employee Andrea Constand's suit against him.
With regard to the complaints against her husband, Camille said that she perused the initial complaint but did not read it "thoroughly." For subsequent documents surrounding the case, Camille said she only looked "through the pages to get the overview."
Additionally, Camille claimed that she is not aware of her husband drinking, and only has an idea of what Quaaludes are.
Despite the ups and downs in their marriage, Camille also revealed that the couple renewed their marriage vows for their 50th wedding anniversary in 2014.
Bill is scheduled to appear for a second pre-trial hearing on felony sexual assault charges on Tuesday. The charges stem from an alleged encounter with Constand in 2004. Constand claims that the comedian drugged and raped her. Bill denies any wrongdoing.
Bill has refuted all sexual assault accusations against him, which led to Tamara Green, Therese Serignese, Linda Traitz, Louisa Moritz, Barbara Bowman, Joan Tarshis and Angela Leslie to file suit claiming that his denial of such allegations are both false and defamatory.
The comedian is counter-suing the women, claiming they are making false accusations for their own financial gain.