Bill Cosby will face a sex-assault trial over a 2004 incident involving Andrea Constand, an employee at Temple University, his alma mater. But in admitting he had consensual sex with his accuser, what’s that mean for his marriage?

Camille Cosby, wife of Bill Cosby. Photo via Wikimedia Commons
Last week, we got a clue, when U.S. Magistrate Judge David Hennessy unsealed Camille Cosby’s February deposition.

As CNN reported: “Though multiple pages appear to be missing, the couple’s vows and their 52-year marriage were at the center of the deposition. New details of the marriage emerged in the deposition, including that the two were married on a basketball court because their church was under repair.”

“You would agree with me that obtaining Quaaludes to have sex with young women is a breach or violation of those vows that you had just told us about?” attorney Joseph Cammarata asked.

Camille Cosby replied, “I have no opinion of that.”

“Why not?” asked Cammarata.

“I just don’t.”

CNN added that in the text of the deposition, Camille Cosby, 72, said she had not read the deposition her husband gave in 2005, until Cammarata handed her a copy and read out several sections.

Others aren’t mum on their musings.

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