In Bill Cosby’s criminal trial for alleged sexual assault, prosecutors will be allowed to present testimony from just one other accuser, aside from the alleged victim, the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas has ruled.

In an order filed Feb. 24, Judge Steven T. O’Neill said prosecutors may present the testimony of “prior alleged victim six” at trial. But O’Neill denied the prosecutors’ motion with regard to the other 12 accusers.

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