Cosby’s wife seeks to avoid further questions in defamation suit

Comedian Bill Cosby addresses the crowd in front of his wife, Camille Cosby, after being honored during the Apollo Theatre's 75th anniversary gala in New YorkBy Scott Malone BOSTON (Reuters) - Lawyers for Bill Cosby's wife and business manager Camille Cosby will ask a judge on Tuesday to spare her from answering further questions related to a lawsuit by seven women who claim the comedian sexually assaulted them. Camille Cosby's lawyers have accused the attorneys for the seven women of acting improperly during a February 22 deposition about the lawsuit, one of a series of actions by women who have accused Bill Cosby of sex abuse, toppling him from his position as one of the United States' best-loved entertainers. "Plaintiffs' counsel, Joseph Cammarata, asked Mrs. Cosby a litany of improper and offensive questions, including questions regarding her own sexual relations, her own political commentary, and the death of the Cosby's son in 1997," they said in papers filed in U.S. District Court in Massachusetts.

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