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By Tom Winter

One of Bill Cosby's accusers is asking a federal judge to unseal and make public an entire 2005 deposition in which the actor says he obtained Quaaludes with the intent of using them to have sex with women.

Small parts of the deposition were made public earlier this week when 16 documents were unsealed in the case. A judge said it was in the public interest to unseal the documents.

It is not clear what or even if Cosby discussed other behaviors or acts in the deposition.

Related: Why Did a Judge Unseal Explosive Bill Cosby Docs?

Now, one of Cosby's accusers is asking that same judge to make the entire deposition available. The woman, who NBC News is not identifying, says through her attorneys that the confidentiality agreement she signed is voided by “Cosby's camp” speaking publicly about the case.

The accuser is asking the judge to be able to speak out herself as well.

Cosby's lawyers have yet to reply to the motion in court. No hearing has been scheduled by the judge in the matter. The court has set no timetable for the release of the deposition.