Troiani, her lawyer, countered Tuesday that the messages had nothing to do with Cosby, but were sent in response to the U. Supreme Court decision nearly two weeks earlier legalizing gay marriage.
"In his narcissistic view of the world, [Cosby] believes that [Constand's] every tweet must be about him," she wrote.
Mr Shepherd said the content of some of the letters discussed sneaking chocolate and even a mobile phone into the prison.
One saw Matthews telling Rhodes about another female prison officer being jailed for conducting an affair with a prisoner.
"He is as perceptive in this belief as he claims to be in his interpretation of nonverbal cues from women he wants to seduce." That side reference to Cosby's testimony in the case - in which he described himself as "a pretty decent reader of people and their emotions in these romantic sexual things" - had not been previously mentioned by the comedian or his lawyers.
For its part, Cosby's legal team hasn't proved itself immune from the temptation to jab at Constand, either.
O'Connor, zeroed in on a set of tweets Constand sent July 6 - the same day a federal judge in Philadelphia unsealed court filings containing excerpts of the deposition Cosby gave in her case.
With so much shade being cast in all directions, it has at times become difficult to keep straight what exactly the lawyers are fighting about.In recent months, more than 40 women have come forward accusing Cosby of sexual misconduct dating back decades - allegations that were stoked earlier this month by U. District Judge Eduardo Robreno's decision to unseal portions of the 2005 deposition, the only time Cosby is believed to have responded to sexual assault accusations under oath.The excerpts revealed that Cosby admitted at the time to having obtained Quaaludes - or, as O'Connor has described them, "disco biscuits" - in the 1970s to use during consensual sex with women.That dig at the now 78-year-old actor-comedian - presented in a court filing Tuesday - was the latest jab in a war of pointed fingers, thinly veiled insinuations, and attempts at public shaming that has been fought in recent weeks between Cosby, Constand, and lawyers on both sides of the decade-old civil suit.While both Constand, who now resides in Toronto, and Cosby are barred by a confidentiality agreement in their 2006 settlement from discussing the case publicly, recent court filings show that neither side is above using legal motions to take swipes at the other."Obviously, the 'heart' of [Constand's] bargain was not secrecy, but rather the receipt of money," O'Connor wrote of the 2006 settlement in a motion filed last week.