The amount Bill Cosby paid to Andrea Constand in 2006 after she sued him for sexual assault may finally be revealed in the coming weeks, as Cosby again stands trial in a criminal court case that began with jury selection on Monday.

In an order dated Monday and made public Tuesday morning, Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas Judge Steven T. O’Neill ruled that certain facts about the civil action Constand v. Cosby would be admitted as evidence at trial, including the monetary amount of settlement and the “four corners of the settlement agreement.”

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