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Is Bill Cosby's legacy tainted? @one876

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It looks like Bill Cosby's admission that he used sedatives to lure at least one woman into having sex with him has convicted him in the court of public opinion. The disgraced US comedian, beloved by millions for playing a family father and doctor in the hit sitcom The Cosby Show, is now a known rapist. 

The 77year old has gone from megastar to accused rapist over a torrent of allegations of sexual misconduct spanning four decades from dozens of women.

Lawyers say his admission -- in a 2005 deposition unsealed Monday -- could help bolster civil defamation suits from other women accusing the veteran actor of assault.

Celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred, who represents numerous Cosby accusers, said she was "very hopeful" about using the admission in the case of Judy Huth, who filed a civil suit accusing the fallen star of sexual assault when she was 15 years old.

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