Bill Cosby Claims He Doesn’t Like Sexual Intercourse

Bill Cosby, Lawyers Want to Block a Subpoena in Past Sex-Assault Case

Bill Cosby is currently being retried for sexual assault after his first case resulted in a mistrial. Andrea Constand claims the former sit-com star drugged and molested her back in 2004, but today, jurors were told Cosby shared with police that he doesn’t even enjoy intercourse.

Page Six reports officers who interviewed the stand-up about the allegations were told he preferred “petting” and “touching” over full blown sex. When asked by police Lt. Richard Pethel if he ever had sex with Constand, he responded, “never asleep nor awake.”

Actor Bill Cosby arrives at Montgomery County Courthouse for a hearing in Norristown, Pa. Photo: AP

When asked directly about intercourse, he reportedly said, “I don’t like it.”

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Cosby claims he and Constand had three consensual sessions where she was a “willing participant” in him touching her sexually.

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