While testifying under oath in 2005 in a lawsuit brought Andrea Constand, Bill Cosby admitted that he gave the National Enquirer an exclusive interview about sexual-assault accusations against him so that the tabloid would not publish a second accuser’s story because he worried the public would believe the woman, Beth Ferrier. “I would give them an exclusive story, my words,” Cosby said. In return, “they would not print the story of—print Beth’s story.” Cosby said he saw a draft of the story, and heard that Ferrier had passed a lie-detector test. Cosby also said while testifying that Constand and her mother asked only for an apology, and that they received one from him.
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