Bill Cosby's legal woes just took another turn thanks to his questionable behavior at the Playboy mansion — which Hugh Hefner says he frequented in the 1980s. The confession was made during a recent deposition.
Alleged victim Judy Huth says the former TV star sexually abused her at the mansion when she was 15.
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"Because there is a protective order in place, we are not at liberty to discuss any part of Mr. Hefner’s testimony. We look forward to our day in court, after criminal proceedings against Mr. Cosby are concluded," Judy's attorney, Gloria Allred, tells In Touch exclusively.
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Another insider adds that during the deposition, "Hef said he couldn't recall ever meeting Judy Huth in 1974 at the time of the alleged sexual assault involving Bill Cosby. However, Hef did say that Cosby was a permanent fixture at the mansion during the 80s."
The source continues, "Their friendship had basically run its course, and the two were no longer in communication, and hadn't been in a very long time."