Bill Cosby's preliminary hearing on felony sexual assault charges begins in Philadelphia Tuesday, and recently released documents from a deposition reveal lots of sex with young models and actresses who were often paid for their silence.

Excerpts from the deposition, released by the Associated Press, took place in 2005 following a civil suit from Andrea Constand (Cosby's current hearing will address criminal charges for the same allegation). Constand met Cosby when she worked for the women's basketball team at Temple University, which is his alma mater. In the deposition, Cosby confirmed that he gave women quaaludes and alcohol in the 1970s, even though he himself took neither recreationally.

Sources: TMZ | The Associated Press