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A federal magistrate will hear arguments Wednesday on whether materials gathered in a defamation lawsuit filed by seven women against Bill Cosby can be kept out of the public eye.

The hearing in federal court in Worcester will focus on a confidentiality agreement that Cosby's lawyers are proposing in the lawsuit by the women, who are among dozens who say Cosby sexually assaulted them decades ago.

The proposal calls for depositions and other documents subpoenaed or produced during the pretrial discovery phase to remain confidential for 14 days.

Either side would then be allowed to request the judge seal the records for longer, but the records would remain sealed until the judge decided on the extension, according to the proposal, which was among a number of documents filed before the hearing.

Cosby's lawyers say in their legal briefs they're proposing the order because lawyers for the seven women seek "irrelevant and extraordinarily invasive and intimate details" of Cosby's life and "have made clear they intend to publicize every aspect of discovery in the case."

Among the information being sought: the identities of all Cosby's sexual partners since 1968 who were not his wife, the dates of the sexual encounters and all Cosby's medical records over the past 35 years, including those specifically dealing with "erectile and/or other sexual dysfunction, sexual paraphilia and/or sexual fetish," according to Cosby's lawyers.


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