Cosby’s wife to continue deposition in March

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Bill Cosby’s wife has agreed to answer questions under oath for a second day in a Massachusetts defamation lawsuit filed against him by seven accusers.

Camille Cosby and her lawyers met with lawyers for the seven women suing her husband for about seven or eight hours Monday.

A lawyer for the women says she spent about 2 1/2 hours answering questions. Attorney Joseph Cammarata says the rest of the time was a back and forth between lawyers on what she could or should answer and a judge had to be contacted twice.

Cammarata won’t characterize his questions to Camille Cosby. But he says she was in a unique position to know a lot about Bill Cosby because she has been married to him for 52 years and has been his business manager.

Her lawyers have no comment. They tried to block the deposition. She continues the deposition next month.

Bill Cosby has denied allegations of sexual impropriety spanning decades.

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