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If Cosby declines to waive the statute of limitations, which prevents most of the accusers from filing charges or a civil lawsuit, then Allred proposed he could agree to place 0 million into a fund and then be judged with his accusers before a panel of retired judges who would arbitrate the merits of each claim and dole out compensation if a claim has merit."It could be advantageous for Mr.
Cosby to give up the statute of limitations because there is a huge cloud on his reputation and legacy," Allred said.
Such suits can go forward if the accuser files suit within three years of connecting her emotional trauma to the alleged assault when she was underage."Money is not substitute for justice but it does often help to compensate alleged victims for therapy bills, doctor bills they've had to pay for pain and suffering they've had to live with," Allred said.
"There are many ways that compensation can help to make a wrong-doer accountable." Celebrity attorney Gloria Allred, arriving for a Bill Cosby pre-trial hearing in Norristown, Pa., represents dozens of women who have accused Cosby of sexual assault, including some of 13 accusers who may get to testify to his alleged "prior bad acts" at his forthcoming trial on criminal charges.
Meanwhile, more accusations of sexual assault emerged over the weekend.
His behavior was like that of a predator," she said before collapsing in tears.
Chelan said she was was 17 and working at a Las Vegas Hilton in 1986 when she was introduced to Cosby, who invited her to meet him in a suite to be introduced to a modeling agency photograher. Then I blacked out."Later, she heckled him at his show. But Allred's press conference was only the second piece of bad news for Cosby in two days.
Accompanied by lawyers and bodyguards, Bill Cosby arrives for the latest pretrial hearing in his criminal sex-assault case at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pa., July 7, 2016.
Cosby is appealing a decision to send the case to trial before his lawyers can question the accuser under oath.