The ending of the Cosby crisis is nowhere to be seen. Apparently, Bill Cosby’s lawyers hit back Tuesday, claiming that his portrayal has been damaged by the media. They explained that he is inadequately depicted as having testified that he used potent sedatives to drug women so that he could rape them.
According to his lawyers, in Bill’s first public defense (back in 2005), he had actually “admitted to nothing more than being one of the many people who introduced Quaaludes into their consensual sex life in the 1970s”. Seemingly, Quaaludes were fairly popular in the 70s (then again, what wasn’t?). These so-called ‘disco biscuits’ were wildly popular because they increased sexual arousal. It could be that many people were purchasing them as mere “boosters”, and it seems that Cosby’s lawyers are playing that card.