Bill Cosby evidence hearing due

PHILADELPHIA (CNN) – Bill Cosby’s lawyers could ask a judge on Tuesday to throw out two key pieces of evidence in the sexual misconduct case against him.

One is a deposition the entertainer gave in a 2005 lawsuit by accuser Andrea Constand. In the deposition, Cosby talked about having extramarital affairs and giving other women drugs with their consent so they’d have sex with him.

The other piece of evidence is a recording of a phone call between Cosby and Constand’s mother.

Cosby is charged with felony aggravated indecent assault from a 2004 case involving Constand, a Temple university employee. She said he gave her pills and wine at his home, leaving her incapacitated and unable to consent to sex.

Cosby has pleaded not guilty.

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