Information from a case back in 2005 were released after the Associated Press went to court to seek their release. According to these documents, in 2005, Bill Cosby admitted he got quaaludes to give them to young women he wanted to have sex with. Two women admitted they knowingly took them when they were provided by Cosby. These documents that were requested for release by the AP are in relation to a 2006 sexual abuse lawsuit filed by a Temple University employee named Andrea Constand. In that case, Cosby stated he gave Constand three half-pills of Benadryl, although the actual drug has been disputed.
Cosby's lawyers have been fighting to keep these documents out of the public spotlight stating it would shed a bad light on their client as he has multiple defamation lawsuit cases pending against him. It will be interesting to see what effects these new papers have on the cases. I think Bill is hoping that the case get a H-E-LL No on going to court.