Seems like Camille Cosby, wife of embattled comedian Bill Cosby will have to put aside her “stand by your man” stance and testify in a defamation case against her husband.
According to reports, a federal judge in Massachusetts has denied a motion brought by Mrs. Cosby to avoid giving testimony at a deposition in a lawsuit brought by seven women who allege her husband sexually assaulted them.
“I find no merit in Mrs. Cosby’s arguments, and accordingly deny her motion in its entirety,” U.S. Magistrate Judge David H. Hennessy said in the December 31 ruling.
The judge’s ruling came a day after Bill Cosby was charged with felony aggravated indecent assault for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, mansion in January 2004.
Although Camille had argued that by law she shouldn’t have to testify against her spouse and be subjected to questions regarding his “sexual proclivities.”