Insurance company AIG must pay for Bill Cosby’s legal fees in Defamation Lawsuit

Bill Cosby’s insurance company AIG must defend him in federal court in the three civil defamation lawsuits against him. The six women with federal lawsuits pending in Springfield, Massachusetts are suing Cosby for an “undisclosed” amount, they allege that Cosby defamed them when his representatives branded them as liars after their claims went public. The attorneys for Cosby denies all the allegations of sexual misconduct. In an earlier statement released, Cosby states that he neither drugged nor sexually assaulted the defendants and that each defendant has maliciously and knowingly published multiple false statements and accusations from Fall 2014 through the current day to cause damage to Mr. Cosby’s reputation and to extract financial gains.

The attorneys for Cosby deny all the allegations of sexual misconduct. In an earlier statement released, Cosby states that he neither drugged nor sexually assaulted the defendants and that each defendant has maliciously and knowingly published multiple false statements and accusations from Fall 2014 through the current day to cause damage to Mr. Cosby’s reputation and to extract financial gains.

The ruling on Tuesday means insurance company AIG must pay Cosby’s legal fees. The lawyers defending Cosby would have a duty to him and not be controlled by the insurer.

Cosby’s attorney Francis D. Dibble Jr. of the Springfield law firm Bulkley Richardson & Gelinas said: “We are delighted with this excellent and correct decision by Judge Mastroianni.”

Cosby, 79, and his wife Camille owns a home in Shelburne, Massachusetts.

AIG’s lawyer, Rebecca R. Weinreich of the Los Angeles firm Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith, said during hearings in July, “Everything connected with the case, from the allegations made by the women to Cosby’s denials and the women’s lawsuits, relates back to the allegations of sexual misconduct, sexual misconduct is not covered by the policies.”

But Dibble argued that the lawsuits were for defamation which is covered by the policies.

If the insurance company does not want to cover the legal expenses maybe they should investigate the woman’s claims…which have changed many times. Just imagine what they could discover with their resources…

 

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One thought on “Insurance company AIG must pay for Bill Cosby’s legal fees in Defamation Lawsuit

  1. If anything, I think that the women defamed Mr. Cosby by saying that what he did was sexual misconduct by saying that he drugged & assaulted them. Plus, since the lawsuit was for defamation, & not sexual misconduct, they shouldn’t have a leg to stand on. PEACE!!!

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