Bill Cosby's Wife Continues Deposition in Defamation Lawsuit

Camille Cosby's deposition continued Tuesday in Boston

Bill Cosby's wife answered more questions under oath in a defamation lawsuit filed by seven women who contend the comedian branded them liars after they went public with sexual assault allegations against him. 

Camille Cosby's deposition continued Tuesday in Boston. She gave the first part of her deposition in Springfield in February. The Cosbys have a home in Massachusetts. 

Cosby was inside her attorney's Boston law firm for several hours on Tuesday. 

The attorney for the seven accusers, Joseph Cmmarata, arrived around 9 a.m. this morning but had no comment. 

Camille Cosby had sought to terminate or at least limit her deposition. A magistrate judge ruled earlier this month that she must continue it, but prohibited "improper questions," including those involving protected communications between spouses.

The plaintiffs in the defamation lawsuit are among about 50 women who claim Cosby forced unwanted sexual contact on them. 

Cosby faces criminal charges in Pennsylvania. He's denied the allegations.

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