Bill Cosby arrived November 1st in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania for a pretrial hearing in relation to his sexual assault case.
The disgraced comedian stands accused of sexually assaulting former Temple employee Andrea Constand, who is being represented by Gloria Allred.
However, 79-year-old Bill now says he "can no longer defend himself."
More specifically, he claims that he is legally blind, and unable to recognize his accuser.
Additionally, Bill is arguing that an alleged verbal agreement from former Montgomery County D.A. Bruce Castor back in 2005 should require the dismissal of present charges against him.
Andrea's attorneys, however, are arguing that there is no solid proof as to the details of the alleged agreement, and even if it existed, Cosby should have raised that issue when he was deposed 11 years ago.
The former comedian brought a cane with him as his team escorted him into the hearing.
However, he flashed a grin before slipping into the building.
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