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>> Bill Cosby's own words can potentially be used against him. That decision coming from a Pennsylvania judge Monday, who ruled he will allow testimony from 2005 in which Cosby admits to giving Quaaludes to women before having sex with them to be used in his upcoming criminal trial for sexual assault brought by former Temple University employee Andrea Constand.
The decision a blow to Cosby's defense team who had argued that, that testimony given during a civil suit brought by Constand was given with an agreement from the district attorney at the time that Cosby would not be prosecuted. But, the judge ruled that no evidence of such a written deal exists.
A spokesman for Cosby declined to comment. The 79 year old comedian has been accused of sexual assault by roughly 50 women going back decades. The Pennsylvania case brought by Constand, set for June is the only criminal prosecution he faces, though he has been hit with multiple civil lawsuits.