A few hours after the news spread that Bill Cosby had settled the defamation lawsuit filed against him, Cosby's spokesman said everything is corruption.
For those of We simply coming out from under the rocks, Cosby is serving a sentence of three to ten years in prison after more than 50 women accused a favorite patriarch of the United States turned into a pariah of badual badault. In 2014, seven of those women filed a civil lawsuit against Cosby, a lawsuit that they now tell us was "settled" and that women were satisfied with the resolution.
The terms were not made known to the public, and on Friday Cosby's official spokesman came out in opposition.
"Sir, Cosby did not settle any case with anyone," Wyatt said in a statement to CNN. "He is not paying anything to anyone, and is still pursuing his counterclaims.AIG decided to resolve these cases, without the knowledge, permission and / or consent of Mr. Cosby." Mr. Cosby vehemently denies the accusations filed against him in these lawsuits for defamation and maintains his innocence. "
AIG quickly responded to Wyatt's comments by issuing a statement that the company "does not comment publicly on specific claims issues."
AIG spokesman Matthew Gallagher told CNN: "Certain insurance policies give insurers the authority to resolve claims when the insured has been informed."
The word "informed" is the key. Cosby was informed that his case was resolved; was given there is no choice or voice In its own legal defense. He was not part of his own legal procedures. Now he says that the AIG agreement "makes them appear corrupt and exposes my innocence."
"AIG demonstrated that they are part of the corruption against me by paying these distractors, without my knowledge, without my permission and / or without my consent," Cosby said in a statement to CNN through Wyatt. "I, [Bill Cosby]"I will never resolve any defamation claims, continue with my counterclaims and will not relinquish AIG's responsibility in defending my defamation claims."
Attorney Joe Cammarata, who represents the seven plaintiffs, declined to comment on the confidentiality of the agreement.
Whether we debate or not if Cosby is a serial rapist (because, come now) the "legal system" exposed its flagrant corruption through its own actions … and part of the agreement debated is that nobody can talk about what happened…
… Has anyone heard a version of this before?