Bill Cosby's Former Lawyer Dismissed From Janice Dickinson Defamation Lawsuit

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On Tuesday, a judge dismissed Bill Cosby's former lawyer, Marty Singer, from a defamation suit filed by Janice Dickinson. The supermodel and her attorney, Lisa Bloom, tell ET they're still moving forward against the 78-year-old comedian in the case.

"I know that justice will prevail," Dickinson told ET on Tuesday. "I know the truth will come out."

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Dickinson filed the defamation suit after Singer refuted her claims of sexual assault against his client in a statement that said in part, "Janice Dickinson's story accusing Bill Cosby of rape is a lie."

Judge Debre K. Weintraub dismissed Singer from the suit, but did not dismiss Cosby.

Dickinson and Bloom are due back in court to continue the case on Feb. 29.

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"She is strong. She is resolute," Bloom told ET. "She's not giving up, and we are side by side in this fight."

"I will go on, and I will not be silent," Dickinson promised.