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New Details Emerge From Cosby Sexual Assault Suit

Posted: 7:17 AM - More details are emerging from a shocking, newly-released testimony in which Bill Cosby admits, under oath, that he obtained sedatives with the intent of giving them to women to have sex with them, CBS reports.

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