Accuser Questioning Cosby's Ability to 'read' Sexual Cues

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. Cosby did not recognize that the Temple University employee he had befriended was gay, the woman's lawyer noted Tuesday in a court filing. According to court filings unsealed this month, Andrea Constand, then an operations director for the women's basketball team, was dating a woman around that time.