Bill Cosby will give a new deposition in the defamation case from Janice Dickinson over her allegations of sexual assault.
The former supermodel told Entertainment Tonight in November 2014 the comedian drugged her into unconsciousness and raped her. Cosby's former attorney Martin Singer responded in a statement to the media calling Dickinson’s story “an outrageous defamatory lie" and "completely fabricated."
In a hearing Monday, judge Debre K. Weintraub ordered Dickinson will depose Cosby and Singer by Nov. 25 on whether they knew if her allegations were true before denying them to the press. The testimony will follow Cosby's recent deposition in Judy Huth's lawsuit (which will be sealed until a Dec. 22 hearing in which the sides will argue if the testimony should be public).