Gay Plaintiff Questions Cosby's Sexual Sense

The accuser in the only sex assault case settled by Bill Cosby is questioning his self-described ability to "read" people's cues in sexual situations.
According to court filings unsealed this month, Cosby did not recognize that the Temple University employee he had befriended was gay.
Andrea Constand, then an operations director for the women's basketball team, was dating a woman around that time.