Third lawsuit brought against Bill Cosby in sex abuse scandal

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Tamara Green, a former trial attorney who claims Bill Cosby drugged and then groped and tried to have sex with her in 1970, has filed a defamation lawsuit against the entertainer for comments his representatives made about her earlier this year to Newsweek and the Washington Post.

Green’s lawsuit alleges that the comments–made in an attempt to truncate the development of what was still a growing Cosby sex scandal–”impugned [her], and…exposed her to public contempt, ridicule, aversion, or disgrace.”

Her story of sexual assault is similar to many of the other accusations brought against Cosby in the past few weeks in both its details and outcome. Green says she was a young model when a friend introduced her to Cosby, and the two went to lunch together.

From there, “I told him I felt awful, he gave me what he said were Contac. Suddenly I felt like I was stoned out of my mind.”

Then, when Cosby took her back to his apartment, he “started taking off my clothes. He had his pants down and was all over me.”

The lawsuit states that Cosby penetrated Green “digitally.”

When he tried to go farther, she resisted him, left, and became a successful attorney.

Green first spoke out against Cosby in 2005, when he settled out-of-court with accuser Andrea Constand, and has struggled to get people to believe her since then.

Green’s attorney, Joseph Cammarata, invited other women with similar stories to join his client’s lawsuit.

Cammara is best-known as the attorney who defended Paula Jones against President Clinton.

Judy Huth, who was fifteen at the time of her alleged molestation by Cosby, has filed one lawsuit against the comedian.

And Constand, who settled her criminal charges with Cosby years ago, has brought a civil suit against him. Her attorney is looking to add plaintiffs, as well.

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  • NikNakFlipFlop

    “When he tried to go farther, she resisted him, left, and became a successful attorney.”

    What an odd sentence! Like magic, as she walked out the door she was *poof* a successful attorney

    • M

      These starcasm “writers” crack me up

    • spottedgiraffe

      It was a test. Resisting Cosby was the final step of her magical transformation.

  • spottedgiraffe

    Tamara, you’ve opened the door for him to countersue you for defamation. Why would you do that? And I hope none of the girls add constand to the case. It looks bad that she settled out of court and is now trying to sue again to get more money. I honestly don’t know who to believe at this point. Originally I believed all the girls, but it’s become clear that most are only in it for money. And some of the stories don’t even sound like rape, like this one. He fingered you and you did nothing, then he tried going further and you got up and left. Where was the forcible act? You said no and left and he allowed it.

  • Tracy Flood

    Let me break down the last part of the first paragraph in this story, which reads as this: “has filed a defamation lawsuit against the entertainer (Cosby) for comments his representatives (people working for Cosby) made about her earlier this year to ‘Newsweek’ and ‘The Washington Post.’
    She’s suing the wrong person. Cosby himself didn’t make any comments about her; at least one of his representatives made the comments. She should sue his representatives and let the Courts sort it out!

  • Rob Ford (CRACK MAYOR)

    This guy should’ve kept his pudding pop to himself